About The Podcast
Crisis Storm is an in-depth podcast series to better understand the many crises facing communities which collectively have become a Crisis Storm, including Homelessness, Mental Health, Addictions, Drug Overdose, Crime, Polarization, Healthcare, Business Impacts, and Communication Breakdown. The Crisis Storm Podcast is created and produced by Mastermind Studios in Association with AIMCanada Mentorship Society as the beginning research stage of the Finding A Way Forward Documentary Film Series.
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Crisis Storm is published in video podcast format on YouTube and in audio only format on Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, Stitcher & RSS
Episode 1 – Homelessness & Mental Health With Alfred Achoba
Alfred Achoba, the Executive Director of the Canadian Mental Health Association in Kamloops speaks with us about mental health, homelessness, addictions and the impacts on community.
Episode 2 – Criminal & Homeless Impacts On Business With Jeremy Heighton
In this second episode of The Crisis Storm Podcast we will take a closer look at the impacts of homelessness and mental health on business and the economy. Our subject matter expert is Jeremy Heighton, the Executive Director of the Kamloops Northshore Business Improvement Association.
Episode 3 – The Justice System, Corrections & Human Rights With Bill Sundhu
In our third episode of the Crisis Storm Podcast we hear from Bill Sundhu, a former British Columbia Judge and Human Right Lawyer. Bill talks to us about the criminal justice system in Canada, the corrections system and the finer details of Human Rights when it comes to the law. What’s good and where do things need to improve?
Episode 4 – Healthcare Crisis – Drugs, Overdose, Poison with Dr. Ian Mitchell
In our fourth episode of the Crisis Storm Podcast we hear from Dr. Ian Mitchell, an emergency room physician at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops and the Site Scholar for the Kamloops Family Medicine Residency Program. Ian speaks to us about the impacts of drug related crisis in our community from a physician’s perspective.