Help & Hope Southcoast is happy to announce that Wellness Wednesdays shows have returned with new episodes thanks to the generous support of Southcoast Health and Dartmouth Community Media.
The talk show returns with the same conversational format, but a new look and new guests, all via the Dartmouth Community Media studio in Dartmouth.
One of the many truths that the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us of is the presence of good and generous people all around us who get up each morning determined to make their piece of the world a better place.
These are the Southcoast residents we will meet and learn more about during Wellness Wednesdays episodes. These15-minute interviews will spotlight an organization, person, or mental health service in the region making a difference for local residents.
In the first available episode, Garth Patterson, Deputy Director of Citizens for Citizens in Fall River, walks us through the many services that the organization provides in the greater Fall River area. From its food pantry to fuel assistance, Citizens for Citizens works to ensure all residents have their basic needs met.
Soon-to-be-aired episodes feature Scott Ciosek, pastor of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Dartmouth and executive director of The Bridge: A Center for Hope and Healing; Deloris Joseph, the youth advocate for the town of Dartmouth; and Albie Cullen, a mental health counselor who works with PAACA in New Bedford.
Find us out on local town cable stations or on the Help & Hope Southcoast website.