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The Power of Prevention Podcast

This is a podcast for people who are looking for solutions and want to make New Hampshire a better place where we all have the opportunity to live, learn and thrive. In each episode we will go deeper into the topic of substance misuse prevention in New Hampshire.

About The Podcast

The Power of Prevention Podcast
We are hoping to make your lives a little better with these inspirational stories about substance misuse prevention. We share our best interviews with people who are working tirelessly in their professions, their families and their communities to stop something unwanted from happening—in this case the misuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other substances.

Our host, Christin D’Ovidio, is a seasoned public health communicator at JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. where she researches, develops and designs health behavior campaigns to impact individuals and communities. When she’s not “digging in” to motivate change for public or climate health, she’s busy digging in the dirt in her garden and motivating and raising her two children in Bow, NH. 

Christin D'Ovidio

Christin D'Ovidio


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Recent Episodes

Adverse Childhood Experiences, Resilience, and Prevention

The NH Pediatric Improvement Partnership (NH PIP) is helping pediatric practices build the skills and systems to identify and respond to trauma among their young patients and families. When pediatricians have meaningful conversations with their young patients about any type of trauma they have experienced, they validate their experiences and normalize their feelings, and they help reduce the shame and secrecy of the trauma—making healing possible.

Season 1, Episode 12 |  14 min

Sounding the Alarm on Substance Misuse Among the Aging Population

As we age, some of us may find ourselves or those we care about using substances more often. Pain, boredom, and loss makes us more vulnerable. Our guests, Margaret Franckhauser and Anne Marie Olsen-Hayward, explain how this slide happens and how to get help.

Saving Lives: Preventing Opioid Overdose and Death in NH

At one point during the campaign season for the 2016 election, New Hampshire was referred to as ground zero for opioid overdoses because we ranked number one in fentanyl related deaths per capita. Fast forward to today, what does the situation look like now? Hear how statewide strategies are saving lives.

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