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Voices from the Village

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Voices from the Village is a brand new podcast from Healing Transitions! Executive Director Chris Budnick sits down with the incredible individuals who, together, make up the Recovery Village in Wake County, North Carolina. From local chefs to journalists to other nonprofits, Voices from the Village lets you in on the fabric of the recovery community!

Latest Episodes

Krav Maga Raleigh

On this episode, Chris sits down with Ken Richstad and Cassie Rhodes from Krav Maga Raleigh. Chris, Cassie, and Ken have an awesome conversation about Krav Maga, the origins of their gym, as well as a powerful trip Ken and Cassie took to Iraqi Kurdistan, and more. Krav Maga Raleigh has been a longtime supporter of Healing Transitions, and they are constantly giving back to the community in any way they can. We are so grateful to have gotten to hear more about their story!

38 MINAPR 8
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Krav Maga Raleigh

Amy Richards

Amy Richards is an Illustrator in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her greeting card line The Sober Introvert celebrates sobriety and recovery. She will be a featured artist in Healing Transitions' upcoming Art of Recovery event. Chris and Amy talk about her journey into recovery, the impact it's had on her, as well as her career as an illustrator.

41 MINJAN 24
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Amy Richards

Boulevards

Jamil Rashad is a modern-funk singer/songwriter from Raleigh who goes by his stage name "Boulevards". He is also a person in recovery. In this episode, Chris speaks to Boulevards about his music career before and after recovery as well as some of Boulevards' biggest influencers.

44 MIN2019 NOV 7
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Boulevards

Thomas Sayre

In this episode, Chris sits down with Thomas Sayre. Sayre is a sculptor and painter whose work can be found all over the globe. He is renowned for his earthcastings, which are "monumental sculptures made in and of the earth". In 2000, Thomas Sayre was commissioned to help design the courtyard at the men's campus of Healing Transitions (formerly the Healing Place of Wake County). His masterful work of the courtyard, which includes two earthcastings, is still found in pristine condition at the men's campus today to give the men being served a place to reflect, meditate, and heal on their journey to recovery. Note: On August 16th, Sayre's business partner and architect Steve Schuster passed away. Together, Schuster and Sayre founded Clearscapes - a multidisciplinary design firm that blends architecture with art. Through Clearscapes, Schuster and Sayre are credited for helping revitalize downtown Raleigh.

35 MIN2019 OCT 23
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Thomas Sayre

Trophy Brewing Co. & Runologie

In the first episode of season two, Chris has a conversation with David Meeker and Alex Warren. David is the co-owner of Trophy Brewing Company, and Alex is the co-owner of Runologie, both based in Raleigh, NC. Chris, David, and Alex dive into questions such as why a brewing company is such a strong supporter of a facility that helps with people who struggle from alcoholism, and how Runologie as played a major supporting role in connecting the recovery community with the Raleigh running community.

32 MIN2019 OCT 10
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Trophy Brewing Co. & Runologie

Trailer - Season Two

Season Two of Voices from the Village starts on WEDNESDAY 10/9!

30 s2019 OCT 7
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Trailer - Season Two

Bonus - Voices from Other Villages - Recovery Africa

Introducing Voices from Other Villages! As we work on Season Two, we will be releasing a couple of bonus episodes where Chris interviews individuals and organizations in the recovery field outside of Wake County, NC. In this first episode, Chris sits down with Agnes, Dan, and Theresa O'Laughlin who came to visit Healing Transitions from Ghana, Africa! They reflect on their experience while visiting, and Chris reflects on his experience when he traveled to Africa to visit them!

39 MIN2019 JUL 3
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Bonus - Voices from Other Villages - Recovery Africa

Benji Currie - Wake County EMS

In this episode, Chris rides along with Benji Currie - an Advanced Practice Paramedic (APP) for Wake County EMS. Benji gives an in-depth look into how the APP and Healing Transitions’ Rapid Response programs have been successful in their innovative ways of helping treat individuals struggling with substance use.

43 MIN2019 MAY 20
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Benji Currie - Wake County EMS

Journey Church

In this episode, Chris speaks to three members of Journey Church. They have a great conversation about the many ways Journey supports HT, and how participants and staff are actively involved with the church.

30 MIN2019 MAY 6
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Journey Church

Angel Oak Creative

In this episode, Chris heads to downtown Raleigh and speaks to the members of Angel Oak Creative - a marketing firm that solely works with nonprofit organizations. They have a great conversation about how the organization was created and how important the art of storytelling is in the areas of recovery and marketing for nonprofits.

33 MIN2019 APR 29
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Angel Oak Creative

Latest Episodes

Krav Maga Raleigh

On this episode, Chris sits down with Ken Richstad and Cassie Rhodes from Krav Maga Raleigh. Chris, Cassie, and Ken have an awesome conversation about Krav Maga, the origins of their gym, as well as a powerful trip Ken and Cassie took to Iraqi Kurdistan, and more. Krav Maga Raleigh has been a longtime supporter of Healing Transitions, and they are constantly giving back to the community in any way they can. We are so grateful to have gotten to hear more about their story!

38 MINAPR 8
Comments
Krav Maga Raleigh

Amy Richards

Amy Richards is an Illustrator in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her greeting card line The Sober Introvert celebrates sobriety and recovery. She will be a featured artist in Healing Transitions' upcoming Art of Recovery event. Chris and Amy talk about her journey into recovery, the impact it's had on her, as well as her career as an illustrator.

41 MINJAN 24
Comments
Amy Richards

Boulevards

Jamil Rashad is a modern-funk singer/songwriter from Raleigh who goes by his stage name "Boulevards". He is also a person in recovery. In this episode, Chris speaks to Boulevards about his music career before and after recovery as well as some of Boulevards' biggest influencers.

44 MIN2019 NOV 7
Comments
Boulevards

Thomas Sayre

In this episode, Chris sits down with Thomas Sayre. Sayre is a sculptor and painter whose work can be found all over the globe. He is renowned for his earthcastings, which are "monumental sculptures made in and of the earth". In 2000, Thomas Sayre was commissioned to help design the courtyard at the men's campus of Healing Transitions (formerly the Healing Place of Wake County). His masterful work of the courtyard, which includes two earthcastings, is still found in pristine condition at the men's campus today to give the men being served a place to reflect, meditate, and heal on their journey to recovery. Note: On August 16th, Sayre's business partner and architect Steve Schuster passed away. Together, Schuster and Sayre founded Clearscapes - a multidisciplinary design firm that blends architecture with art. Through Clearscapes, Schuster and Sayre are credited for helping revitalize downtown Raleigh.

35 MIN2019 OCT 23
Comments
Thomas Sayre

Trophy Brewing Co. & Runologie

In the first episode of season two, Chris has a conversation with David Meeker and Alex Warren. David is the co-owner of Trophy Brewing Company, and Alex is the co-owner of Runologie, both based in Raleigh, NC. Chris, David, and Alex dive into questions such as why a brewing company is such a strong supporter of a facility that helps with people who struggle from alcoholism, and how Runologie as played a major supporting role in connecting the recovery community with the Raleigh running community.

32 MIN2019 OCT 10
Comments
Trophy Brewing Co. & Runologie

Trailer - Season Two

Season Two of Voices from the Village starts on WEDNESDAY 10/9!

30 s2019 OCT 7
Comments
Trailer - Season Two

Bonus - Voices from Other Villages - Recovery Africa

Introducing Voices from Other Villages! As we work on Season Two, we will be releasing a couple of bonus episodes where Chris interviews individuals and organizations in the recovery field outside of Wake County, NC. In this first episode, Chris sits down with Agnes, Dan, and Theresa O'Laughlin who came to visit Healing Transitions from Ghana, Africa! They reflect on their experience while visiting, and Chris reflects on his experience when he traveled to Africa to visit them!

39 MIN2019 JUL 3
Comments
Bonus - Voices from Other Villages - Recovery Africa

Benji Currie - Wake County EMS

In this episode, Chris rides along with Benji Currie - an Advanced Practice Paramedic (APP) for Wake County EMS. Benji gives an in-depth look into how the APP and Healing Transitions’ Rapid Response programs have been successful in their innovative ways of helping treat individuals struggling with substance use.

43 MIN2019 MAY 20
Comments
Benji Currie - Wake County EMS

Journey Church

In this episode, Chris speaks to three members of Journey Church. They have a great conversation about the many ways Journey supports HT, and how participants and staff are actively involved with the church.

30 MIN2019 MAY 6
Comments
Journey Church

Angel Oak Creative

In this episode, Chris heads to downtown Raleigh and speaks to the members of Angel Oak Creative - a marketing firm that solely works with nonprofit organizations. They have a great conversation about how the organization was created and how important the art of storytelling is in the areas of recovery and marketing for nonprofits.

33 MIN2019 APR 29
Comments
Angel Oak Creative
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