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Roads to Recovery

Roads to Recovery
Tune in to find out what is available in our community to make living in our community easier, safer and more worthwhile.
PresentersGreg McHenry
TypeTalk
KeywordsRecovery, abuse, alcohol, other drugs, support, mental health, rehabilitation, living with any pain, community services, homelessness, homophobia
Websiteroadstorecovery.wordpress.com/
 
Tuesdays 11:00am - 12:00pm

Tune in to hear what is available in our community to make living in your community easier, safer and more worthwhile. Have a pen and paper ready, as there are always contact details to jot down!

Tune in with Greg McHenry, Tuesdays 11am-noon on 94.7 The Pulse.

This award winning program, Roads to Recovery, which is now into its ninth year of broadcasting, intends to increase public awareness of what is available in our community, to make livingin our community easier, safer, and/or more worthwhile.

Edwina, who has produced many programs, and has been very much the ideas person for many topics we have covered, will handle ANY ideas you may have for appropriate discussion, and your involvement as a participant is encouraged.

Please use the "send program feedback" link below, and we will be in contact in a timely fashion.

The audience target is people of all ages. The program attempts to cover as many groups as possible that are able to help people in our community through their issues. We act as a conduit, only, to get information to people who (possibly) want to take that huge first step to recovery, for whatever the reason.

We talk about these issues in an informal, chatty manner, hoping that we de-mystify them, and inform the audience of relevant contacts to get help towards recovery. We have heard of a number of local people taking note of information they have learnt from the program, and taking that important first step to recovery.

The program goes to air on a weekly basis, when guests mainly drive the format, and the program has a strong focus about making it their program.

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  • Who we will be chatting with 16.9.2014.
    Craig Harvey a Pharmacotherapy Outreach worker with Barwon Health?s Drug and Alcohol service is with me again today for his umpteenth chat, and he is not only introducing me to a new person, but also to a new problem that has been around for a long time. I just haven?t known about it, and we […]

  • Who we will be chatting with 23.9.2014.
    Next week I will be talking with Hollie Laver, Clinical Coordinator of the Eating Disorder Service with Barwon Health,  and Chloe about eating disorders and the services available.  

  • Welcome to Roads to Recovery
    Roads to Recovery goes to air every Tuesday on 94.7 The Pulse. I look forward to your comments, and any suggestions for topics you would like covered in the future. Any issue can be considered!


The Roads to Recovery Podcast

Here is a selection of the most recent episodes on this podcast. You can listen to these episodes by clicking on the blue play button, or download them by clicking 'Download'.



Interviews and specials as heard on Roads to Recovery on 94.7 The Pulse, Tuesday'a at 11.00 a.m.. This snap is of Edwina & Greg at International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO Day)

  • No More Silence - The Project
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    On 17 April 2012 Victorias Parliamentary Inquiry into the Handling of Child Abuse by Religious and Other Organisations began. Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced the creation of a national Royal Commission into institutional child sexual abuse on 12th November 2013. Conversations started that need to continue - we need to stop the abuse! The Loud Fence Movement started in Ballarat with ribbons being tied to fences surrounding churches, and other significant buildings where abuses had allegedly occurred. No More Silence, became a catch-cry for many. Today we talk with Laura Telford, the Producer, Fae O'Toole and Hannah Davies, the co-directors of NO MORE SILENCE, and David Gallagher one of the actors in the show. They are performing at the Potato Shed28 on Friday July 2017, 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM. Further information - Wordsmith Theatre - www.facebook.com/WordsmithTheatreAustralia and www.facebook.com/potatosheddrysda OR phone Rob Macleod - 03 5251 1998.

  • Diabetes Awareness Week 2017
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    The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, will induct 23 nurse researchers, representing six countries, into the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame at their 28th International Nursing Research Congress in Dublin later this month. We are thrilled to have one of the inductees, Professor Trisha Dunning with us today during National Diabetes Week, which has the theme Diabetes, *the invisible disease*. For further action - Barwon Health Diabetes Referral Centre * University Hospital Geelong * Contact Hours: 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday * Phone : 03 4215 0000 * ALSO * Diabetes Australia - www.diabetesaustralia.com.au * Helpline 1300 136 588 *

  • NAIDOC 2017 #3
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    Today we have the last of three programs in recognition of 2017 NAIDOC Week which is on from the 2nd till the 9th July. The NAIDOC theme this year is *Our Languages Matter*?. To talk about these issues we have Wathaurong Co-op s CEO, Rod Jackson, and Kym Monohan, the manager of community and culture at the Wathaurong Co-op. For more info - Wathaurong Co-op - Morgan St North Geelong Victoria 3215 (03) 5277 0044 www.wathaurong.org.au http://www.naidoc.org.au/

  • NAIDOC 2017 #2
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    Today we have the second of three programs in recognition of 2017 NAIDOC Week which is on from the 2nd till the 9th July. The 2017 theme - Our Languages Matter. The origins of this day date back to before the 1920s when aboriginal rights groups protested by boycotting Australia day. Their main concerns were the treatment they were receiving and the lack of understanding of their thousands of years of culture. Have things changed? To talk about these issues we have Renee Howell and Mick Ryan Aboriginal Health Liaison Officers from the Aboriginal Health Unit at Barwon Health. Come along to the Barwon Health NAIDOC Event - Thursday 6th July , 9.45am to 11.15am. Find out more at www.barwonhealth.org.au and http://www.naidoc.org.au/

  • NAIDOC 2017 #1
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    2017 NAIDOC Week is on from the 2nd till the 9th July. Today Edwina and I had a yarn with Kym Monohan, Manager of Community and Culture at the Wathaurong Co-op. For info and events - Wathaurong Co-op - Morgan St. - North Geelong Victoria 3215 * (03) 5277 0044 * www.wathaurong.org.au * http://www.naidoc.org.au/ *

  • Farewell to Fr. Kevin Dillon, with Chris Pianto
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    On the 28th April, Edwina and I found out through an email titled *Guess what*, that Fr. Kevin Dillon is sort of leaving town. So we thought it a good idea to give him a sort of farewell. To help me do that, I have Brian Bull, Chris Pianto, along with Edwina, to chew the fat over how their lives have been affected by this man. For Help - Barwon CASA ? 1800 806 292 - Business hours - 5222 4318 * Suicide Helpline - Phone: 1300 651 251 * Mensline - Phone: 1300 78 99 78 * Lifeline ? 131 114 *

  • Geelong Prostate Support Group
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    To chat about the Geelong Prostate Support Group, and how they provide support, friendship, and so much more, we have Alan Barlee & Charles Pedder from the group with us in the studio. To learn more, and to contact the group, go to - www.prostate-cancer-support-geelong.net

  • Red Dust & Raymond Walters
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    Red Dust delivers innovative health promotion programs and community development projects in partnership with remote communities. We have a yarn with Darren Smith the CEO of Red Dust Role Models and local Artist and Educator, Raymond Walters who is also a Red Dust ambassador. Contact - Red Dust Head Office - 168 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122 * PH 03 9818 1744 * admin@reddust.org.au * https://www.reddust.org.au/ *

  • Reconciliation in the Park #2
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    Had a great yarn this week with Mick Ryan, Aboriginal health liaison officer at Barwon Health, and Gail Frost Geelong Gallery Educator. We found out about their work towards reconciliation, and the impact that Tandop David Tournier had on their lives. The Geelong Gallery has a childrens art exhibition titled *Lets talk recognition* and it runs from 20 May to 9 July 2017. We also promoted the 8th Reconciliation in the Park that is on Sunday May the 28th at Johnstone Park, from 10.00 till 3.00pm.

  • Reconciliation in the Park #1
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    National Reconciliation Week Is a campaign held every year in Australia that works to build stronger ties between Indigenous Australia and other communities through media and community events. Today is the first of two *Roads* programs to promote the week, and also to promote Geelongs 8th year of Reconciliation in the Park. This year is quite special as it will be the first time we will be without Tandop David Tournier. Johnstone Park will still be full of activities, music, tucker, and lots of information about our community, on Sunday May the 28th. To have a yarn about this today we have the event organiser Norm Stanley, Edwina, and Nikki & Nakia sat patiently!


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