Society & Culture
Head’s Up: there is some blue comedy in this Blue Christmas episode of Weld Found.
The Longest Night
We’re addressing mental health and suicide prevention for the show today. We head into the office of Dr. Rich Mahogany (ManTherapy.org) who approaches mental health with grit and humor. We’ll also talk with North Range Behavioral Health’s Suicide Education and Support Services (SESS) program about how we can help prevent suicide through an innovative suicide prevention program called QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer). We’ll then wrap the episode up with a breathing-exercise about hope.
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The Community Comes to the Rescue (Season 4, episode 3)
We Workout and Go to Therapy (Season 4, episode 2)
We Go Outside, Get a Haircut, and Hear a Song (Season 4, episode 1)
Must Be Santa
Thankful for a Free Land
Spirits of Downtown Greeley
We Are Here PART 3: Your Every Word
We Are Here PART 2: Breaking Bread
We Are Here PART 1: Good Paths and Not Choosing Fear
Community in the Time of COVID-19
Covid-19 and Weld County
The Disappearance of Yucca Fountain
Season 2 Opening Story: The Overview Effect
Your Word for the New Year (Bonus Episode)
The Bells of the Season
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