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Hosts: Kinte @indyshowcase11 https://twitter.com/Indyshowcase11 & Yardley @militant_marker https://twitter.com/militant_marker Show: Robin McLeavy aka Eva Oates/Toole Voice Mail Number: (323) 596-7469 Live Call in Number: (347) 326-9541 press 1 to enter the host queue Show Twitter https://twitter.com/TalkingHell Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TalkingHellOnWheels email Talkinghellonwheels@gmail.com itunes download https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-hell-on-wheels/id689687310?mt=2 Synopsis We sit down with Robin McLeavy who plays Eva Oates/Toole on Hell on Wheels. Robin McLeavy (born June 19, 1981) is an actress from Sydney, Australia and NIDA graduate. McLeavy graduated from NIDA in 2004. She starred as Lola Stone in the critically acclaimed Australian horror The Loved Ones, directed by Sean Byrne. The film screened at Toronto International Film Festival in 2009 and won the Audience Choice Award. She currently can be seen as main character Eva in the American Western series Hell on Wheels.
Tonight I have the honor of speaking to the family of Michael Nida II's family. His Sister, Terri Thaxton Teramura and Mother Jean Thaxton will be joining us. Michael was on a date with his wife, Naily, and was profiled by police for crossing the street from a gas station to stop in at a tobacco shop for cigarettes. They frisked him, then bullied him, and frightened him. He was unarmed. When he ran? They shot him 5 times in the back.
No charges were brought on his murderer, Officer Gilly.
These brave ladies, other friends and family have created Nida's Rydas to protest the endemic violence by the police, up to and including murdering citizens.
It will be a heart rending show.
Cannabis Times Radio is proud to welcome a very special guest onto the show tonight: Dr. Donald Abrams. "Donald Abrams, MD, is Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of California San Francisco and Chief of Hematology/Oncology at San Francisco General Hospital. He served as Assistant Director of the UCSF Positive Health Program at San Francisco General Hospital and was chair of the Community Consortium, a professional association of more than 200 primary care providers treating
Since 1985, The Institute for Drug Abuse has conducted research to determine the most effective ways to reduce the risk of HIV/AIDS transmission by drug users and their partners, findings from more than 30 studies reported that community-based outreach is an effective strategy for reaching drug-using populations and providing them with the means for behavioral change. After going over this model, I feel compelled in discussing some of the strategies and sharing them. Although in this model treat
Every Thursday 10PM EDT Starting April 28,2010 On Holistic Lifestyles Radio – Relapse Prevention With Terry Gorski.
About Terry Gorski
Terence T. Gorski is an internationally recognized expert on substance abuse, mental health, violence, & crime. He is best known for his contributions to relapse prevention, managing chemically dependent offenders, and developing community-based teams for managing the problems of alcohol, drugs, violence, and crime. He has extensive experience working with employee assistance programs (EAP) and has special expertise in working with emergency professionals including fire, medical, and law enforcement. He is a prolific author and has published numerous books and articles.
GORSKI-CENAPS Model Recognized by NIDA
In its publication Approaches to Drug Abuse Counseling (ADAC) The National Institute of Drug abuse (NIDA) recognized the top three “best known and most respected treatment approaches in the United States.” as the Hazelden Foundation, the Betty Ford Center, and the GORSKI-CENAPS Model.
This Show Is Sponsored By Challenges Program go to www.challenges-program.com or call Challenges Relapse Treatment & Prevention Program (888) 755-3334 Toll Free
There is growing concern that there is no real medical treatment avaialble for the masses of people seeking help. At the same time there are challenges to misinformation regarding it's usage and effects as a drug.
Granting Agency: National Institutes of Health
Purpose: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) issued by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institutes of Health, solicits new or competing renewal Research Project Grant (R01) applications from institutions/ or
Substance Use and Abuse among U.S. Military Personnel, Veterans and their Families (R01)
Purpose. This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is issued by NIDA, NIAAA, NCI, and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to enhance and accelerate research on the epidemiology/etiology, identification, and prevention and treatment of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use and abuse (including illicit and prescription drugs) and associated mental health problems among active-duty or recently separated (
Substance use and abuse, including non-medical use of prescription drugs, is an issue of concern in the US Military. Michael E. Kilpatrick, MD, Director of Strategic Communications for the Military Health System in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, will discuss the programs to prevent substance abuse, to provide counselling and rehabilitation for those with problems and ongoing studies to better understand the extent and contributing factors for these issues.
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