I'm Listening Baltimore

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On September 8th, Entercom Baltimore kicked off National Suicide Prevention Week with a special two-hour live broadcast aimed at raising awareness about mental health, substance abuse, and suicide prevention.

The first hour was a nationwide broadcast featuring stories from listeners, artists, athletes, and medical professionals and an in-depth conversation about mental health and suicide prevention.

The second hour was a local broadcast focused on the Baltimore/Washington community hosted by Gina Crash from Today's 101.9 and Jason Kidd from 94.7 The Drive. 

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Listen to the entire broadcast below:

About Recovery Centers of America 

If you or a loved one is struggling with mental illness or substance abuse you are not alone, Recovery Centers of America offers men and women struggling with addiction a complete continuum of care, including medically-monitored detox, 30-40 days inpatient treatment, a range of outpatient programs, and a strong alumni and community support system. RCA has locations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. 

Learn more about the Recovery Centers of America at the Maryland Center for Addiction Treatment.  The CEO, Lisa Dehorty, will be speaking during the September 8th broadcast.

Speak to a Representative at  RCA 24/7, 365 days a year at 1-800-Recovery

For more information about RCA click here.

 

November

Join us in November for the I'm Listening Event featuring Dr.Drew, presented by Recovery Centers of America.

This is an intimate two-hour panel discussion about mental health and substance abuse held in the Entercom Baltimore performance studio.  

This event is open to the public but seating is limited. Stay tuned for more information on how to reserve a seat for this event and more details. 

 

Other Resources

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration Hotline -  1-800-662-HELP (4357)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255

2-1-1 Maryland -  Text MDWellness to 898-211 for Wellness Resource Alerts

Before It's Too Late Maryland - Call 2-1-1 press, press 1