To watch our own nearly 40 videos, visit the Fletcher Group YouTube channel by clicking on the image to the left.
To gain a better understanding of addiction, its treatment and the importance of recovery to our nation’s health, watch the videos below by clicking on the blue buttons.
Halperin Interviews Fletcher
Journalist Mark Halperin, Senior Political Analyst for MSNBC, asks Fletcher Group Founder and Chief Medical Officer Ernie Fletcher how governors can best respond to the pandemic in terms of budgeting, social services, health, and education.Halperin Interview
Early Release Webinar
Fletcher Group Founder Ernie Fletcher and CEO Dave Johnson explain the Best Practice precautions and protocols needed when prisoners with a history of SUD are released early from prison in order to protect them from COVID-19 infection.Early Release Webinar
Seven Days Of Heroin
The Pulitzer-Prize Winning Video Report by the Cincinnati Enquirer involving over 60 reporters, photographers and videographers who went into local communities to chronicle an ordinary week in an extraordinary time.Seven Days Of Heroin
“I Have Hope Today!”
A video created by the Community Affordable Housing Equity Corporation to honor the Sky Hope Recovery Center in Somerset, Kentucky with CAHEC’s 2019 Excellence in Supportive Housing Award. Speakers include Sky Hope Program Director Melissa Estep and Recovery Kentucky Administrator Mike Townsend of the Kentucky Housing Corporation.Hope!
A video of Fletcher Group Founder Ernie Fletcher addressing participants of the Young Women Lead Conference at Ashland Community and Technical College this past October.Dream Big!
Don and Mira Ball—Our Guiding Spirits
A video biography created by Kentucky Educational Television of Don and Mira Ball, the philanthropists who helped inspire the Fletcher Group’s model and its nationwide expansion:Don and Mira Ball
Fall Seven Times and Stand Up Eight
Fletcher Group Outreach and Engagement Specialist Gene Detherage describes his own road to recovery.Gene Detherage
Community and Prevention
An excellent video created by the Addiction Policy Forum about the importance of community in preventing drug addiction.Community!
How Things Can Change
Watch the movie trailer for “Anonymous People” by Greg WilliamsMovie Trailer
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