422: COVID-19 – More Conversations with Nonprofits on the Front Lines of the Pandemic

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422: COVID-19 – More Conversations with Nonprofits on the Front Lines of the Pandemic

In a free society, private nonprofit organizations are the main source of relief for those in need. Their work is incredibly important during this pandemic. We take you to the front lines with interviews that originally aired on Chris Spangle’s public affairs radio show in Indianapolis called Now Hear This.

  • 00:04:38 – Tips on Deescalating Family Fights with Maggie Owens of the Indiana Center for Prevention of Youth Abuse and Suicide
  • 00:21:28 – Ben Harvey of the Indiana Primary Health Care Association on Access to Medical Care
  • 00:40:04 – Jason Chenoweth of Outreach, Inc. on the Pandemic’s Impact on Homeless Youth
  • 01:01:03 – Lael Hill of the Indiana Coalition for Crime Victims Rights on Getting Help in an Abusive Situation During the Pandemic
  • 01:16:17 – Caisy Lun of Taste Restaurant at Lucky Lou on Feeding Frontline Workers
  • 01:25:25 – Eric Todderud of the Fairbanks Addiction Treatment Center on on Alcohol and Substance Abuse Recovery
  • 01:44:41 – Phil May of Sharing Place Pantry on Food Security Issues in Indianapolis
  • 01:54:46 – Mimi Blue Good Food on Feeding First Responders

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