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The addiction treatment industry is facing complex issues, including insurance utilization, parity enforcement, ethics violations, outcomes research gaps, social stigma, and barriers to access along racial and socio-economic lines. At NAATP, we believe that addiction, or substance use disorder, is a bio-psycho-social-spiritual disease that develops and deepens in isolation. Progress in our field, as with recovery itself, can only be achieved through community. That is why we have created All Ears on Addiction, a monthly podcast series, to promote communication, collaboration, and resource sharing between industry stakeholders. Together, we can advance treatment and save lives. In season one of All Ears on Addiction, NAATP brings you Colors of Recovery. Join co-hosts, Zina Rodriguez and Tania Bhattacharyya, as they explore topics related to mental health, addiction treatment, and recovery as it intersects with diversity, equity, and inclusivity for LGBTQ+ communities and communities of color.
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In episode five of Colors of Recovery, Zina and Tania have a conversation with Shari Hampton, Anti-Racism Trainer, and Ester Nicholson,  Anti-Racism Healer, both trusted advisors with the SHE RECOVERS Foundation. Learn how their complementary training and healing work is a necessary first step in achieving recovery and wellness for both treatment professionals and the patients they serve.  Resources:Shari is a Trusted Advisor for SHE RECOVERS Foundation and an anti-racist consultant who works with recovery and treatment organizations to help them explore their own biases and create pathways to greater diversity, equity and inclusion. She is the founder of Served Up Sober, a non-profit organization devoted to increasing healthy equity in marginalized communities by creating holistic spaces for women of color who are sober or sober curious. As a Certified Recovery Coach, Motivational Speaker, and woman in long-term recovery, Shari combines her years of professional and personal experience to offer a spiritually driven and empowered approach to healing. Ester Nicholson, Founder of Soul Recovery, author of Soul Recovery - 12 Keys to Healing Dependence, and She Recovers coach, turned her incredible journey from addiction to freedom into a practical program that heals the root causes of unworthiness, shame and trauma. Her life-changing program, Soul Recovery - The Roadmap Home, bridges the gap between the 12 Steps of Recovery and universal “spiritual” practices that have assisted thousands in recovering and rediscovering their essential nature of wholeness.  Ester's unique approach reveals the spiritual depth and healing power of the 12 steps and removes the stigma of addiction. Have feedback? Contact us at info@naatp.org
For episode four, Tania interviews Rev. Dr. Charles Dorsey, Diversity and Inclusion Consultant and Founder of the Dorsey Group LLC. Hear Dr. Dorsey discuss his experience as a "secret shopper" at a prominent addiction treatment center, which hired him as a consultant to evaluate and offer feedback on the program from a culturally responsive lens.  Resources:Reverend Dr. Charles Lamont Dorsey is a locally and nationally known dynamic leader. He is an itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal church. Rev. Dr. Dorsey is an accomplished author, vocalist, and speaker including more 300 speaking engagements. Rev. Dr. Dorsey has served as a leading voice on a weekly radio show at KJLH 102.3 FM the Number 1 black owned and operated radio station in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Dorsey recently launch the Fathers and Sons Speak Foundation, inspired by his highly impactful book entitled “Fathers and Sons Speak.” This generational book highlights Dr. Dorsey’s journey of reconnecting with his father after 28 years while encouraging healthy relationships between men and their families. With a goal of reaching 100,000 men this work continues to take Rev. Dr. Dorsey throughout the country on various speaking engagements and presentation request. He recently launched his firm, The Dorsey Group, LLC., focused on individual and organizational performance improvement.Have feedback? Contact us at info@naatp.org
In episode 3, listen to Tania's interview with Kateri Coyhis, of Mohican Nation and Director of White Bison's Wellbriety Training Institute. Hear Kateri discuss meaningful prophesies related to White Bison's mission, the necessity of culturally responsive treatment, and the intergenerational healing that is possible in reconnecting with ancestral teachings and wisdom.  Resources:Kateri Coyhis, Mohican Nation, is the Director of White Bison’s Wellbriety Training Institute in Colorado Springs, CO. White Bison, Inc., is an American Indian non-profit 501(c)3 corporation dedicated to creating and sustaining a grassroots Wellbriety Movement that provides culturally based healing to the next seven generations of Indigenous People. Kateri joined the White Bison staff in 2001, after beginning her own journey into recovery. In her role as the Director, she coordinates national training events and conferences, collects data for evaluations of federal grants, assists in the development of culturally-based curriculum for youth and adults, assists the Executive Director and Chairman of the Board, and trains community leaders across the country to implement a youth prevention program entitled Daughters of Tradition. Kateri continues to serve the Wellbriety Movement by providing community presentations to bring awareness to the programs White Bison offers for individual and family healing.Have feedback? Contact us at info@naatp.org
For this episode, Zina interviews Rick Hubbard, Executive Vice President at Origins Behavioral HealthCare and new member of the NAATP Board of Directors. Rick discusses his journey to recovery that led to his long career in SUD treatment, the issues impeding access to treatment for BIPOC communities, and how marketing professionals must examine their outreach and community education practices to move toward an equitable treatment field. Resources: Rick Hubbard began his career in behavioral healthcare in 2002. In 2012, Rick joined Origins Behavioral HealthCare as a Community Relations Representative and enrolled in the Addiction Studies program at Tarrant County College and received a license as a Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern. Rick was promoted to Western Region Director of Business Development at Origins in 2014, and in 2015 he accepted the role of Corporate Director of Business Development. Rick was named Vice President of Professional Relations in 2017, and promoted to Executive Vice President in November of 2018. He is trained in a variety of intervention models and has been instrumental in facilitating hundreds of structured interventions over the years. My Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa Menakem Thank you to our episode sponsor, Webconsuls!Webconsuls is a digital marketing agency that understands addiction treatment. They're effective and ROI-focused. Their mission? To expand your impact by reaching new audiences. Visit webconsuls.com to take advantage of special pricing for NAATP members.Have feedback? Contact us at info@naatp.org
The addiction treatment industry is facing complex issues, including insurance utilization, parity enforcement, ethics violations, outcomes research gaps, social stigma, and barriers to access along racial and socio-economic lines. At NAATP, we believe that addiction, or substance use disorder, is a bio-psycho-social-spiritual disease that develops and deepens in isolation. Progress in our field, as with recovery itself, can only be achieved through community. That is why we have created All Ears on Addiction, a monthly podcast series, to promote communication, collaboration, and resource sharing between industry stakeholders. Together, we can advance treatment and save lives. In season one of All Ears on Addiction, NAATP brings you Colors of Recovery. Join co-hosts, Zina Rodriguez and Tania Bhattacharyya, for authentic, honest conversations about how LGBTQ+ communities and communities of color experience the addiction treatment field. Listen to experts representing the full continuum of care discuss ways our industry is falling short and how we can implement the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels of our organizations to elevate diverse voices & transform treatment. Subscribe to All Ears on Addiction for free now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Stitcheror visit naatp.org/resources/podcast
For the inaugural episode of Colors of Recovery, Zina and Tania interview Philip Rutherford, Chief Operating Officer at Faces & Voices of Recovery and new member of the NAATP Board of Directors. Phil shares his experiences being a Black man in the addiction treatment profession, insights about the obstacles and incentives for implementing DEI practices in recovery organizations, thoughts about Black History Month and recovery legacies, and what gives him hope for the future.Resources:Philip Rutherford is the Chief Operating Officer at Faces & Voices of Recovery. He is a recovery coach, a passionate member of the Recovery Community and possesses a self-described Doctorate from the school of Hard Knocks. As COO, he is responsible for multiple lines of business within the Faces & Voices ecosystem. Phil is credited with a significant role in conception, design, launch and facilitation of the Recovery Data Platform (RDP). This cloud-based platform is the first of its kind and has quickly become a valuable asset in longitudinal data collection for Peer-Based Services.Thank you to our episode sponsor, Webconsuls!Webconsuls is a digital marketing agency that understands addiction treatment. They're effective and ROI-focused. Their mission? To expand your impact by reaching new audiences. Visit webconsuls.com to take advantage of special pricing for NAATP members.Become an NAATP MemberNAATP Addiction Leadership ConferenceHave feedback? Contact us at info@naatp.org
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