What is missing in our society that doesn't make us as empathetic or altruistic and what gives you hope for our nations future?
What makes you such a great communicator? What makes us struggle to communicate in our society today? Family Environment.
Personal history, physical upbringing and family Relationships. Pressure to join political arena.
Family impact on ideologies. Optimism.
Message for young people. Encourages Face to Face interactions as a supplement to technological relationships, find the balance between the two. Example Skype leaves less room for loss of translation as apposed to text messages.
What do think of mental health in PA and what do you think we can do to address it? Depression, Anxiety.
Is technology exasperating PA's mental health issues? Hiding behind screens and social handles. Current preference of quantity of quality. Social Media doesn't validate us.
What do you do for OAG? Name. Title. Duties.
What got you into government?
What makes you personally proud (passion). Family. Genealogy. Sports.
What makes you personally proud of Pennsylvania?
What do you view is the greatest challenge facing the OAG?
Impact addiction has on family members and friends. Family and friends need recovery recourses in their homes. Good moments for teaser/trailer.
What about the evolution of this epidemic had surprised you the most. Final thoughts on the epidemic and personal connection.
Government and the people. What does it mean to be a citizen in this free society.
What is the hardest part of your job in relation to this epidemic? A: Working with the families and their loss.
Jerry's background and relation to PA.
What attracted you to public services?
What makes you personally proud?
What makes you proud to be a Pennsylvanian?
Representing the OAG. "Could I carry the weight of being the AG?"
Explanation of Office of Public Engagement.
What has been an unexpected surprise about this job?
Why did you want to come back to PA after your time career and eduction wise out of state?
Have been able to get invested in the people your working with?
What hobbies do you have?
What are the important lessons do you give your children?
What is the real big challenge you face in your job everyday?
Connection of public service to library.
Do you have any regrets?
How did the opioid epidemic effect your experience working at the library? The opioid issue grew from distracted needles to hearing sirens everyday to an issue that felt like an all time high. "There were days you'd be on the phone all day with 911"
Mentality of the rookies in relation to rapid growth.
Conclusion. 22:07: "Opioid addiction has savagely inflicted pain on the most vulnerable Pennsylvanians....Perdue owes is the thousands of Pennsylvanians.
Back and forth questions: How long have you been with your company? Do you live close? Company history?
How you became the director.
Are there other ways that you can give as part of wholistic recovery?
Personal nicotine addiction.
Final Remarks. Is your organization trying anything different.
Relationships to treatment trends.
Impact of treatment via law enforcement and clinic rep relationship.
About the process of law enforcement teaming up with community organization.
What does on average day look like? A: Everyday is different
Do you find people can relate to you easily? Why?
What's the most rewarding part about what you do?
Bridging the gap between the people and law enforcement. Relationship with Allentown Police Department.
Is there anything else you think that the people of Pennsylvania should know about what your doing?
About the Center of Excellence Program. (Redo)
About the other programs.
Something unique about her role and or work.
What got you into this line of work?
What is a CRS (Certified Recovery Specialist)? 00:11:22: What the CRS do specifically. 00:11:59: CRS relationships with clients.
Perspective on not being able to arrest our way out of this epidemic.
Perspective on wishing we could love our way out of this epidemic.
The importance of having empathy helping people.
Perception and the opioid epidemic and recovery. "If it was your daughter wouldn't you give them one more chance."
What addicts are trying to deal with "underneath" all the addiction.
Final remarks. Positivity.
Video Clip 9: http://10.0.0.222/axleweb/files/axle/d9a2a75b-f6bc-473a-8f47-90005d24c36a "And I just bust out laughing in the class."
Video Clips 9: http://10.0.0.222/axleweb/files/axle/9e366731-ac8f-4c94-90f0-8b65ef90b878 -Street interview between Treatment Trends employee and potential client. (This video includes Audio)
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Video Clips 12: http://10.0.0.222/axleweb/files/axle/f98de311-fe68-4e2b-8458-e70134a3633e "The other day I got a ticket for being here trespassing." (This video includes Audio)
Video Clips 14: http://10.0.0.222/axleweb/files/axle/ae90b7fa-5c9e-4c02-a649-68f02d4a78bb -Exterior b roll shot of benches in Allentown (This video includes Audio)
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Video Clips 15: http://10.0.0.222/axleweb/files/axle/0dac5a08-c31b-4b8d-b0e7-0533af73b4e3 -Exterior b roll shot city of Allentown, street. (This video includes Audio)
Thoughts on common reasons we give kids technology. "Keeping the child quiet."
Social media and happiness-likes and dislikes.
Origins of social media.
Social media (facebook) popularity and impact.
Extreme feelings of technology. "We're not anti-tech."
The power of technology.
Social Media pet peeves.
UCLA social media study result.
Personal handling through parenting with young people and technology by Jon Nixon.
Technology and how it effects mental health. Example cyberbullying. "Our children are averaging between 7-9 hours a day on their device."
Personal parenting methods related to technology by Jon Nixon.
Perception of what's necessary to help young people and technology from an educational view to a parents' view.
Thoughts on "Old school downtime." Downtime without the technology, example going outside.
Challenges of staying ahead of regulating technology in kids. It's harder to impose regulations if freedom has been the way of life.
Responsibility of the older generation in this technological age.
Thoughts on multi-tasking a conversation while being on your phone.
The educational system and technology.
Scams and specific generations ex. Gone with the wind generation. Romantic scams.
Personal story from Jerry Mitchel on Romantic Scams. Shocking dollar amounts recorded from OAG hotline on Senior Scams.
Scam emotional impact on Seniors.
Why Seniors are more susceptible to scams. "They come from a generation that's more honest."
Scam criminals and data mining victims.
Additional scam types by Jerry Mitchel. Family emergency and contractor scams.
Solutions and take aways from Senior scam topic.
Additional scam types by Jerry Mitchel.
Examples of cyberbullying from Jerry Mitchell.
Personal experience with bullying from both Corbin and Jerry.
The effects of bullying.
Current trends on cyberbullying.
Examples of instances of cyberbullying.
Mark Rozy victims rally speech. 3:10-"Do your job-' 4:48-"This legislature will set things right."
Marcy Hamilton Victims rally speech. -Window for justice 7:27- ''Thank you to these giants....for validating the victims" 8:07 - Grand Jury report "We got lobbyist, who lobbied for 13 years"
Jamie Dancher's story
Jennifer Storm on OAG efforts.
Marry McKale 00:00:53-"If you don't vote for the bill..you're standing with the predator."
Sean Dockerty 00:00:56-"We're not allowed to offend anybody, but everybody offends us."
Sean Dockerty military story 00:01:04-"Your either gonna stand with us, or we're gonna show the world that you stand with pedophiles."
Governor Tom Wolf
Attorney General Josh Shapiro