The Phoenix Indian Center is the oldest American Indian non-profit organization of its kind in the United States. CEO Jolyana Begay-Kroupa explains how the Phoenix Indian Center is preserving the language and culture of Native Americans for future generations.
Libby Pierce, FNP is passionately committed to the health and mental well being of children. The VP of Partner Strategy at MIND 24-7 sheds light on how trauma affects us and our health.
Crossroads has started a new outpatient program at Crossroads Extension in Mesa called East Valley Integrated Care.
The Be Kind People Project delivers relevant education and youth development opportunities that create a positive learning environment and inspire humanity. Their vision is to build a generation of respectful, responsible, healthy, and caring citizens and leaders. www.bkpp.org.
Welcome to the Adopt Tech Elephant in the Room Podcast, where we explore innovative technologies and the people behind them. In this episode, we are joined by Hui Wu-Curtis, who, along with business partner Ron Petrie created SupportU, a woman, minority-owned company founded on the principle of doing the right thing for every customer.
Dr. Robbie Westerman shares his hot take on embracing controversial types of healing modalities.
Smart people that just need help. Shante Saulsberry talks with Brandon about how a chance encounter, chick-fil-a sandwich and magazine started her journey to get women off the street.
Shame is an emotional weight, insisting no one is worthy of letting it go. In this episode Carey and Brandon learn steps on how to release shame with the help of Dr. Robert Rhoton of Arizona Trauma Center. As a trigger for unhealthy addiction, Aymet Demara from Scottsdale Recovery Center explains the relationship between shame and the road to recovery.
In 1968, New Way Academy opened the door to a new way of learning in Arizona. For over 50 years the award-winning school has catered to students who are smart and motivated but have difficulties learning in a traditional school setting.
Agape is a Christian based Phoenix adoption agency with a passion to empower positive outcomes for children and families. Founders Doug and Leslie share how Agape’s approach is unique in its collaboration.