Week of August 8-14, 2018


Public Access Program Schedule 

    12:00 AM;   8:00 AM;   4:00 PM    Lake Shore United Methodist Church Sunday Service
      1:00 AM;   9:00 AM;   5:00 PM    St. Joseph Catholic Church Sunday Mass
      2:00 AM; 10:00 AM;   6:00 PM    2018 Fourth of July Celebration
      3:00 AM; 11:00 AM;   7:00 PM    “Adventures Thru the Stars” with Suzie Dills
      4:00 AM; 12:00 PM;   8:00 PM    Hooks for Hunger 2018
      5:00 AM;   1:00 PM;   9:00 PM    The City Club of Cleveland
      6:00 AM;   2:00 PM; 10:00 PM    Avon Lake Public Library Pop Rocks Kids Concert Series
      7:00 AM;   3:00 PM; 11:00 PM    “Aging Gracefully” with Kathryn Eyring

      (The Avon Lake United Church of Christ broadcasts its service live on Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM)

            This week on Public Access, enjoy the highlights of this year’s Fourth of July Celebration and Bicentennial Kick-off, including performances by Says She and Revolution Pie.  On “Adventures Thru the Stars,” host Suzie Dills previews the highlights in the night sky for the month of August.  The 6th Annual Hooks for Hunger charity walleye tournament took place on Saturday June 30th at Miller Road Park. The City Club of Cleveland’s “In Print and In Decline: A Crisis for Democracy?” features a conversation with NPR Media Correspondent David Folkenflik on the intersection of journalism, free speech, an educated citizenry, and democracy.  Enjoy the super fun Johnny Walylko & Pete from Pittsburgh as a part of the Avon Lake Public Library Pop Rocks Kids FREE Concert Series.  Host Kathryn Eyring talks with Avon Lake's Thelma Morningstar on this episode of “Agining Gracefully.”

Government Access Program Schedule

    1:00 AM/PM;   7:00 AM/PM    Avon Lake Regional Water Biomimicry PhD Presentation
    3:30 AM/PM;   9:30 AM/PM    “The Water Series” presented by Avon Lake Regional Water
    5:00 AM/PM; 11:00 AM/PM    “The Road to Recovery” produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services


              This week on Government Access, University of Akron Biomimicry PhD Students Lamalani Siverts and Banafsheh Khakipoor presented an update on their research to the members of the Avon Lake Board of Municipal Utilities on May 15, 2018.   Avon Lake Regional Water presents “Liquid Assets.”  This 90-minute documentary tells the story of essential infrastructure systems: water, wastewater and stormwater.  These systems provide a critical public health function and are essential for economic development and growth.  Largely out-of-sight and out-of-mind, these aging systems have not been maintained, and some estimates suggest this is the single largest public works endeavor in our nation’s history.  Exploring the history, engineering challenges and political and economic realities in urban and rural locations, this documentary provides an understanding of the hidden assets that support our way of life.  The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration presents “Workforce - Training and Education.”  Recent increases in insurance coverage for treatment of mental and substance use disorders are a significant development in improving the state of behavioral health in the U.S. However, additional coverage does not guarantee access or that the services provided will be effective. Sustaining a qualified, fully functioning behavioral health treatment and recovery support workforce is part of that equation. This show highlights strategies to address the current and future workforce needs in behavioral health. Panelists discuss topics such as certified peer support and coaching, the role of specialists, linguistic and cultural competency, and how to educate workforce leadership about integral partners in recovery. Also featured are strategic programs designed to meet the workforce challenges of the 21st century, including building an understanding of recovery-oriented practices. Leading educators speak about training strategies to develop practitioners skilled in trauma and trauma-related work and how to educate the behavioral health field about successful interventions. Finally, panelists examine ways to improve workforce competency and staff retention: identify the importance of proper recruitment, training, retraining and cross training to support a motivated, competent workforce in an integrated system of care.

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