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Angela Kennecke is a journalist who lost her 21-year-old daughter Emily to fentanyl poisoning on May 16, 2018. Angela is "grieving out loud" to try to put an end to this epidemic by stopping the stigma and promoting the treatment of substance use disorder as the disease it is. Anyone coping with loss and looking for inspiration can benefit from listening to this podcast.
 
Welcome to Opioid Voices, which is offered by the American Opioid Project. Opioid Voices features interviews with real-life individuals who are making a difference amidst the opioid crisis. For more information, visit www.americanopioid.org. Cover art photo provided by Katrina Knapp on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@katrina_k
 
The Compass Opioid Stewardship Program aims to combat the opioid epidemic through education. The program aims to accomplish the following goals: 1. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about best practices for prescribing opioids 2. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about non-opioid pain management therapies 3. Reduce the amount of opioid prescriptions prescribed by eligible prescribers
 
The Compass Opioid Stewardship Program aims to combat the opioid epidemic through education. The program aims to accomplish the following goals: 1. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about best practices for prescribing opioids 2. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about non-opioid pain management therapies 3. Reduce the amount of opioid prescriptions prescribed by eligible prescribers
 
"They met when she could not speak and he could not hear. They met in the most affordable day care center in the City of Ragle, one of the nation's many flashpoints of the opioid crisis. He was two. She was three. They relied on each other for survival." American Opioid is a research-backed fictional narrative about the opioid crisis, written and narrated by Jamal Khan. More information is available at www.americanopioid.org.
 
Pennsylvania has one of the highest opioid overdose death rates in the nation. Every day, thousands of Pennsylvanians mothers and fathers, children, neighbors struggle to overcome addiction. Rural and urban, rich and poor, the opioid crisis affects all of us. Neither people nor communities can fight this battle alone. Public media has unique potential to connect Pennsylvanians across boundaries, and, in an unprecedented collaboration, we are doing just that. Our local reporting and programmi ...
 
The opioid epidemic has been declared a public health emergency and requires understanding and help from all areas of our country. This podcast aims to help educate the public on the stigma of addiction, and why it is important to address it. Through the understanding of Opioid Use Disorder and opioid overdose, we hope to help reduce the stigma within listeners. Our goal is for this recording to inspire you to advocate for, protect, and help those who use opioids. We hope that listeners will ...
 
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Art Kleinschmidt was the Deputy Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy or Deputy Drug Czar under President Trump. He also served on the Domestic Policy Council in the White House as Senior Advisor for mental health & addiction, as well as the same role for SAMHSA. Art is in long-term recovery from substance use disorder …
 
Your host of Grieving Out Loud, Angela Kennecke, first met Dr. Mark Vande Braak shortly after the death of her 21-year-old daughter, Emily. Dr. Vande Braak sat down with Angela’s entire family to help them “reframe” their loss. Dr. Mark Vande Braak is a board-certified music therapist and Thanatologist (grief educator). He previously spoke with Ang…
 
Originally released July 15th, 2019 Celia Farmer, unfortunately, knows the pain of losing a child to suicide. Her 14-year-old daughter, Mali, completed suicide in 2017. Celia was among the first parents who've experienced loss to reach out to Angela after Emily died from fentanyl poisoning. Both Celia and Angela have experienced the stigmatized dea…
 
Brenda Schivito says her son Nick’s drug usage began when he was just a kid and would ride his bike to the gas station and buy Spice, a synthetic marijuana. The adverse side effects of Spice include psychosis, hallucinations, delirium, and paranoia. When Nick was older, he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and his battle with substance use disor…
 
Former drug dealer Scott Silverman now helps families in crisis navigate the road to recovery. The California man is also the author of The Opioid Epidemic: What You Don't Know Will Destroy Your Family and Your Life. Your host, Angela Kennecke, has a frank conversation with Scott about the public health crisis involving fentanyl. Scott is a crisis …
 
In our last episode, we introduced you to the central character of the Netflix docuseries, The Pharmacist, Dan Schneider. Dan told us he had no idea his son was using crack before he was murdered in New Orleans in the late 90’s. While police didn’t show much interest in his son’s case, Dan took it upon himself to use every investigative tool at the…
 
Netflix docuseries, The Pharmacist, shows how Dan Schneider solved his son's murder in the case of a drug deal gone wrong. Schneider was an early identifier of the opioid crisis in this country and pushed for reform. He joins your host, Angela Kennecke, for two episodes of Grieving Out Loud to give us all the twists and turns in the case and how th…
 
Shortly after her husband, Doug, was elected governor of North Dakota in 2016, Kathryn Burgum decided to share her personal story. Burgum is in recovery for substance use disorder after battling alcohol addiction for 20 years. Her platform as First Lady of North Dakota is to end the shame and stigma surrounding the disease of addiction. Kathryn’s R…
 
Don’t let the title of this episode fool you. Angela is NOT signing off on this podcast, In fact, you’ll be hearing more from Angela on this platform. But she has signed off on her last broadcast after a 35-year television career to focus on the mission of Emily’s Hope. Angela talks about what went into her decision precipitated by the death of her…
 
27-year-old Mariah Earp, a mother to three children, died of fentanyl poisoning in 2020 after taking what she thought was Xanax. Now her mother, Rachel Carlisle has become an outspoken advocate to break the stigma and tell Mariah’s story on TikTok, where her videos have received more than 200,000 likes. Rachel says he wants other parents to know it…
 
Dr. Nzinga Harrison is working to change the conversation around substance use disorder and encouraging it to be treated like any other disease. In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, she shares a new approach to those who suffer from addiction which involves compassion and support. Dr. Harrison is the Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Eleanor…
 
Your host, Angela Kennecke, has brought you conversations she has had with different speakers and authors from the Bereaved Parents USA Conference over the last four weeks. This week, Angela wraps up the series with a conversation she had with Pat Sheveland. Angela and Pat first met in 2020, when she was a guest on Grieving Out Loud, for the first …
 
Your host, Angela Kennecke, is bringing you conversations she had with different speakers and authors at the Bereaved Parents USA Conference in St. Louis in July. She recorded podcasts with women who have dealt with grief and transformed it into helping others cope. The death of Brenda’s son, Kevin’s addiction to painkillers, started after a trauma…
 
Your host, Angela Kennecke, is bringing you conversations she had with different speakers and authors at the Bereaved Parents USA Conference in St. Louis in July. She recorded podcasts with women who have dealt with grief and transformed it into helping others cope. Beth D’Angelo is an incredibly deep and spiritual person, in spite of, or perhaps b…
 
Your host, Angela Kennecke, is bringing you conversations she had with different speakers and authors at the Bereaved Parents USA Conference in St. Louis in July. She recorded podcasts with women who have dealt with grief and transformed it into helping others cope. Peggy Green sadly lost her baby girl at daycare, then suffered child loss again whe…
 
Hosts Don Stader, MD and Rachael Duncan, PharmD sit down with Howard Schubiner, MD to discuss mind body medicine and the power of perception when it comes to pain. Dr. Schubiner discusses how the brain is responsible for much of the pain we experience and how we can harness this knowledge to reduce it after ruling out structural sources. Resources …
 
For the next five weeks, your host, Angela Kennecke, will be bringing you conversations that she had with different speakers and authors at the Bereaved Parents USA Conference in St. Louis in July. She recorded podcasts with women who have dealt with their own grief and have transformed it into helping others cope. We are kicking off this series wi…
 
It’s becoming an all-too-common story; a young person buys a pill via social media that turns out to be 100 percent fentanyl. Laura Didier’s 17-year-old son, Zach, was experimenting with a couple of pills when he made this fatal mistake. Now Laura is turning her heartbreak into action through advocacy work and helping other parents who’ve lost chil…
 
Lana Olshove is among the more than one million grandparents raising a grandchild due to the drug epidemic. That grandchild is Maddie, who came to live with her five years ago when she was in kindergarten. Lana's son is currently in prison for meth, and Maddie's mother, who also suffered from substance use disorder, was murdered by another man when…
 
Hosts Don Stader, MD and Rachael Duncan, PharmD sit down with Kate Nicholson, JD, the founder of the nonprofit National Pain Advocacy Center whose mission is to advance the health and human rights of people in pain. Kate discusses her entry into the field of pain and her own journey developing and managing chronic pain and how she has used her expe…
 
Women are drinking more than ever before, as much as men for the first time in history. Dr. Jessica Mellinger says today’s stressors make women an easy target by the alcohol industry. Dr. Mellinger is a liver doctor at the University of Michigan who sees more young women with liver disease, and she says a woman who drinks like a man gets sicker, fa…
 
Susan Bartz Herrick’s only child Luke was “set up” for addiction due to several factors while still in his teens. He had years of sobriety and accomplishments but experienced setback after setback. On August 28th, 2021, Susan lost her 30-year-old son, Luke, to fentanyl poisoning. She is now speaking out to tell Luke’s story and advocate for substan…
 
Maryrose Fealey gained TikTok fame as she shared her relationship with her brother, Ian, who suffers from opioid use disorder, through a series of raw videos. Maryrose’s efforts to get Ian off substances and into recovery are shown in a gritty Brut Documentary that followed Ian and Maryrose for 21 days while he suffered through withdrawals and crav…
 
To say that Morgan Godvin has had an unconventional life is an understatement. Morgan grew up with two mothers and always knew that her father was a sperm donor. She was very bright and excelled in school, but an emptiness inside, along with being bullied, led her to drugs. Addiction also ran in her family. She lost her mother and several close fri…
 
Rod Courtney was a probation and parole officer and trained social worker. But even with that experience, Rod Courtney couldn’t save his son. Chad, who was 38, died of fentanyl poisoning in 2016. Following his son’s death, Rod has dedicated his life to helping those who suffer from substance use disorder and their families. Rod’s advocacy work incl…
 
The fact that Garrett Sheppard is alive at all is a miracle. Garrett struggles with several mental conditions from anxiety to depression to PTSD and ADHD. He started using meth at a young age, and pretty soon it didn't matter what kind of drug he took, he couldn’t live without them. Sheppard has a long list of felonies on his record and tried to co…
 
Ashley Bernardi lost her father at 11 years old. She has also dealt with a chronic illness. During the pandemic, Ashley spent time writing and interviewing some of the top experts in grief, PTSD, and postpartum depression and created her book, Authentic Power. Whether you are going through death, divorce, illness, or any life adversity, the book pr…
 
Host Rachael Duncan, PharmD sits down with Alexis Ritvo, MD, an assistant professor at CU Anschutz School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Program Director at Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship at the University of Colorado to discuss all things benzodiazepines. Tune in to learn about tapering strategies, polypharma interactions and increased …
 
Jessica Duenas was Kentucky's teacher of the year in 2019. But she had a dark secret that no one would have imagined. She was an active alcoholic that couldn’t survive a day without drinking. Once she decided to get help, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. After getting sober, Jessica entered into a new relationship with a man named Ian, who …
 
She's the Faith Hill of Missouri, not Nashville. Faith used meth for six years, starting at age 14, and lost all of her teeth because of it. After finding recovery, Faith decided to document her journey, from having no teeth to what it was like to have dentures, on social media. Faith’s handle on TikTok is “I am toothless and ruthless” and she has …
 
Thank you for listening to Stigma’s Toll. You have listened to five experts on Substance Use Disorder, and the stigma attached. We have explored different programs that aim to reduce the harm associated with drug use, reduce stigma and help those who use drugs stay as safe as possible. This included the University of Minnesota’s Medical Discovery T…
 
For this episode, we will be talking with Amy C. Sullivan, an independent scholar and college professor. Her Ph.D. in U.S. History from the University of Illinois at Chicago focused on women’s history, children’s history, and the history of medicine. Specific research interests in these areas include the history of drugs, alcohol, addiction, and tr…
 
I was able to interview Sarah Joy Costello-Fedje for this episode. Sarah Joy has worked in the field of SUD since 2008. She has a Masters in Organizational Leadership, is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug counselor and approved supervisor thought the MN Board of behavioral health. She is a certified brain injury specialist, has DHS approved training in F…
 
For this episode, we were fortunate enough to have Liz Johnson as our expert, who is dual credentialed as a Certified Medical Assistant and Certified Health Unit Coordinator. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Healthcare Leadership and Administration from Winona State University and currently teaches health science courses at a local…
 
For this episode, the expert on this topic is Alicia House, who is the executive director of the Steve Rummler Hope Network. She is currently a member of the opioid epidemic response council in Minnesota and found her passion working in Opioid Use Disorder treatment in 2017. She has held a variety of positions as an Intake Director, Outreach Direct…
 
For the scientific background regarding Opioid Use Disorder, the expert is Dr. Mark Thomas who is a professor of neuroscience and director of the Medical Discovery Team on Addiction, a new research program funded by the Minnesota legislature to fuel cross-disciplinary collaborations and discover new treatment options. His research examines how addi…
 
Hosts Don Stader, MD and Rachael Duncan, PharmD sit down with Andrew Herring, MD and Charles Hawthorne of CA Bridge to discuss healthy equity and disparities in the opioid epidemic. CA Bridge is a pioneering organization that expands access of evidence-based addiction care to those who use drugs across California, Andrew serves as the Director and …
 
Author Kathleen Glasgow drew upon her own experiences as a teenager to write her first best-selling book, Girl in Pieces, which covered tough topics such as self-harm and depression. She has also poignantly dealt with other difficult subjects in her books, written for young adults, including how addiction affects the entire family, to coping with t…
 
On February 7, 2021, a drug dealer reached out to 16-year-old Sammy Chapman on Snapchat and delivered a deadly dose of fentanyl to his Los Angeles home. Sammy's story went viral after his parents shared it because his mom, Dr. Laura Berman, is a nationally known relationship expert and TV host. She and her husband, Sam Chapman, are doing all they c…
 
You may recognize Mary Bono, as the widow of Sonny Bono who filled his seat in Congress and then went on to serve nearly 15 years as a California representative. Mary was on the forefront, warning about the opioid epidemic in the early 2,000s. She's had family members deal with opioid addiction who have since found recovery. Mary is now a tireless …
 
Dr. Arun Gupta wrote the book, The Preventable Epidemic: A Frontline Doctor’s Experience and Recommendations to Resolve America’s Opioid Crisis. Dr. Gupta says that after specializing in addiction medicine for the last 15 years, the country must do more to train and incentivize physicians to go into addiction medicine, as well as promote medically …
 
Denise Roberts’ two sons, Matthew and Dillan, were born on the same day, four years apart. She was married to her husband, Tom, for ten years when he had a heart attack at age 42 and died. They were already trying to get her son, Dillan, who was 17 at the time, help for substance use disorder. Dillan went through treatment three times, but he died …
 
Hosts Dr. Don Stader and Dr. Rachael Duncan, PharmD sit down with Dr. Emily Einstein, PhD, chief of the Science Policy Branch for the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). This episode ranges from policy issues at NIDA and plans to implement actionable interventions to improve care for those suffering from addiction to in-depth biology of addict…
 
A former Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and his family were not immune to the overdose epidemic. Retired four-star Navy Admiral James "Sandy" Winnefeld has become an influential advocate to end overdoses after the loss of his 19-year-old son, Jonathan. He and his wife, Mary, started the Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic, or SAFE Proj…
 
Hosts Dr. Don Stader and Dr. Rachael Duncan, PharmD sit down with Stanford pain psychologist Dr. Heather Poupore-King, PhD to discuss the intersection of pain, opioids and sleep. This episode addresses the biopsychosocial approach to health and highlights how relevant it to how pain and opioids affect your sleep and how sleep quality and quantity c…
 
Dr. Melissa Dittberner’s or "Dr. Mo," as she is known to her students, began using meth at age 14. Dr. Mo has had such a storied life. After giving up methamphetamines when she became a mom and eventually a single mom, she turned to alcohol. This high-school dropout was a welder and roller derby queen, before eventually earning her Ph.D. in addicti…
 
This introductory episode, will explain why it is important to learn about Opioid Use Disorder, and why we must fight against the stigma that is attached. References Chappell, B. (2021, July 14). Drug Overdoses Killed A Record Number Of Americans In 2020, Jumping By Nearly 30%. NPR. https://www.npr.org/2021/07/14/1016029270/drug-overdoses-killed-a-…
 
Jeff Johnston has experienced compound loss, first his 23-year-old son to fentanyl poisoning in 2016, and now most recently his wife of 21 years, to addiction. But Jeff is “Living Undeterred,” by loss, doing what he can to change the narrative in this country when it comes to mental health, overdose, and addiction. Jeff is launching the “Living Und…
 
Hosts Dr. Don Stader and Dr. Rachael Duncan, PharmD sit down with Director of the NIH's Helping End Addiction Longterm (HEAL) Initiative, Dr. Rebecca Baker, Ph.D. In the podcast we discuss the opioid crisis, health disparities and scope of HEAL Initiative. Dr. Baker shares her insights into how the NIH has prioritized efforts to better understand a…
 
Hosts Dr. Don Stader and Dr. Rachael Duncan, PharmD sit down with Tom Bowen to discuss his personal journey through dealing with chronic pain. Tune in to hear Tom's story and how he learned to live with his chronic pain by changing his perspective and utilizing invaluable self-directed pain management techniques. Tom is an active advocate for patie…
 
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