Voices of Hope
September 14, 2018
Hosted by Zachary Crouch
On today’s episode, we will be talking with Amanda Fallin. Amanda will be discussing Voices of Hope, a recovery community organization. She will also be discussing her research about women using tobacco along with a substance use disorder. She is bringing more attention to issues within the recovery field, and letting individuals know how they can become involved with Voices of Hope. To learn more about Amanda Fallin and her talented past, tune in and lets grow in knowledge together.
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Zachary Crouch is the National Business Development Manager and former administrator for Landmark Recovery, a Louisville based residential program for drug and alcohol treatment. His background in the treatment field as a counselor includes work with the adolescent, adult and family population. Additionally, he also operated the acute medical detoxification unit for Norton Audubon Hospital in Louisville. Zachary graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology and earned his Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2009.