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Preventing Underage Drinking

Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Release Date: 06/02/2021

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Mulling It Over with Bob Houghtaling

Building Connections Michaela Shunney and Matt Cosgrove, East Greenwich High School students and advocates, join Kathy and Bob for Episode 1 of Building Connections. Today’s topic centers on LGBTQ concerns and rights, with special emphasis placed on building support.

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Roads to Recovery with Kathy Sullivan and Bob Houghtaling/Prevention During a Pandemic Michele Mitchell, from the West Warwick Health Equity Zone, speaks about her role, as well as discusses how the HEZ met client’s needs during a crisis. Special emphasis is placed on Michele’s addiction to alcohol and the incredible journey towards her recovery. Website:   Email:

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Preventing Underage Drinking with Kathy Sullivan and Bob Houghtaling/Prevention During a Pandemic Kathy Gardner, discusses her work coordinating a Partnership for Success Grant, which addresses underage drinking. Special emphasis is placed on a myriad of creative initiatives which include; Sticker Shock, Mocktails and a number of school-based programs. Kathy is a returning guest who has been doing exemplary work in the South County Region of the State.

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Connecting with Youth with Kathy Sullivan and Bob Houghtaling/Prevention During a Pandemic Amanda Slocum, Student Assistance Counselor, at Tollgate High School, discusses her role as well as a number of the challenges young people have faced during the Covid-19 Crisis. In addition, special emphasis is placed on how she networks within the school to provide support for young people regarding substance abuse and mental health.

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Lindsey Miga, a student at East Greenwich High School, visits Prevention During A Pandemic to discuss her Senior Project which centers on Mental Health. Special emphasis is placed on the results of a student survey as well as ideas that create opportunities for young people to reconnect after Covid-19.

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Episode 29: Lucy’s Booth The Starfish Circle Lindsey Miga shares the results of a survey she conducted while working on her Senior Project regarding Mental Health. Sophie Brusini and Bob Houghtaling join the conversation which also addresses solutions for alienation, community engagement, and the importance of building relationships.

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A Wealth of Informationwith Kathy Sullivan and Bob Houghtaling/Prevention During a Pandemic Shannon Spurlock, Director of Training, Technical Assistance and Capacity Building for the RI Prevention Resource Center, joins Kathy and Bob and shares how her work supports local communities. RIPRC helps provide technical assistance to Prevention Providers and during the Covid -19 Crisis has become an even more important asset.

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Involved in Many Wayswith Kathy Sullivan and Bob Houghtaling/Prevention During a Pandemic Sheri Shunney, parent, educator and valued community member, visits Prevention During a Pandemic to discuss her involvement in the Town of East Greenwich. Special emphasis is placed on challenges presenting parents, her work teaching at RI College, and a myriad of mental health/prevention initiatives she is engaged with at the local level.

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Episode 28: Lucy’s Booth The Right to Protest Miguel Figueroa, EG High School student and activist, visit’s Lucy’s Booth to help initiate a discussion regarding the importance of protests. In addition, emphasis is placed on how some states are introducing legislation to support those who demonstrate violence against peaceful demonstrations.

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Episode 27: Lucy’s BoothAddressing the Climate Sarah Brusini, a student at Williams College, meets with her sister, Sophie, and Bob Houghtaling, to discuss climate change. Special emphasis is placed on the impact Global Warming has on our air, oceans and forests. In addition, the conversation also examines how science seeks solutions to address an ever-growing concern. – protecting and restoring the world’s oceans. – endangered and threatened species in association with marine construction projects.

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Preventing Underage Drinking
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Prevention During a Pandemic

Kathy Gardner, discusses her work coordinating a Partnership for Success Grant, which addresses underage drinking. Special emphasis is placed on a myriad of creative initiatives which include; Sticker Shock, Mocktails and a number of school-based programs. Kathy is a returning guest who has been doing exemplary work in the South County Region of the State.