Ounce of Prevention
Mental wellness center in the 30 year history of the East Coast Music Awards. Filmed in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Ounce of Prevention host Vickie Morgan interviews keynote speaker Zac Crouse who is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, musician and PTSD sufferer.
100 People Who Care is a worldwide movement to help local charities and have a more direct impact on the communities we live in. The local 100 Women Who Care Southern Maine organization is headed by Deb Bergeron. They meet quarterly and before this meeting had already raised over $68000 and are up to more than 200 members.
Vickie Morgan sits down with Chief of Police Janine Roberts to discuss child abuse prevention and the repercussions of abuse she sees every day. Who should you call first to report abuse? You might be surprised to hear what the Chief has to say.
Vickie Morgan sat down with world-renowned jazz trombonist Don Doane a few months before he passed away. They are joined by his brother Al Doane. Don talks about how music saved his life after having a stroke and how with the help of a volunteer at Maine Veterans' Homes - Scarborough he was able to continue playing.
Meet Patricia Proulx-Lough who uses Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) to treat Problem Sexual Behavior (PSB). Learn how the program works, who uses it and why anyone would even want to help a juvenile sex offender.