Not Alone airs in Omaha, NE on
KCRO-AM (660) - Tuesday, 4 p.m. and Sunday,10:00 p.m.
The Kim Foundation produces a live, weekly talk radio program focused on behavioral health and recovery. Titled Not Alone, the broadcast was developed by The Kim Foundation through the support of C&A Industries, Inc. in an effort to reduce the stigma often associated with mental illness. The show seeks to assure individuals, families, and communities that they are not alone, mental illness affects us all.
Not Alone focuses on providing education, breaking down barriers to seeking help, increasing awareness, and promoting recovery. Not Alone addresses a broad range of topics and issues with discussion surrounding illnesses, effective treatment, and the hope for recovery. In addition to providing information on specific mental illness spectrum disorders, segments focus on related issues such as current state and national legislation, community support services for individuals and families affected by mental illness, emerging practices in the mental health field, and state responses to behavioral health system issues.
First airing in December of 2007 on KCRO-AM in Omaha, Nebraska, Not Alone has hosted guests including local consumers, family members, mental health professionals, policy makers, and researchers as well as national experts, renowned authors, and recovery specialists.
Listeners from outside the market can access the radio program live through the stations website, KCRO.com.
Past broadcasts of Not Alone can also be accessed through podcast downloads.
For more information on Not Alone or to request specific topics be addressed on future broadcasts, please contact Diana Waggoner at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (402) 891-6960.
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