Radio Totally Normal Toronto, or RTNT for short, is a voice for community mental health and is produced by the members and staff of Progress Place, which is a mental wellness clubhouse in downtown Toronto. On this winning Wednesday April 10, 2019, as always we have an eager member of RTNT host the show.
Today you will hear an interview with Bretton Dabous, who is the Program Manager at Street To Trail, an inspiring organization that takes homeless and marginalized individuals on hiking and overnight camping trips. This flows nicely with our Vox Pops of willing members of Progress Place who discuss their feelings about nature and mental health.
Do you get out in nature as much as you would like? Are you satisfied with the amount of green spaces in Toronto? Ask yourself these questions the next time you feel overwhelmed by the daily grind of the work week.
A special thanks to all of the staff and members who helped to make this episode possible and a huge thanks to Bretton Dabous from Street To Trail for taking time out of his schedule to sit down with us here at RTNT. If you are interested in finding out more about Street To Trail or would like to donate to a worthy cause visit: street-to-trail.ca
This episode originally aired on April 10, 2019 on CJRU 1280 AM and www.cjru.ca. Radio Totally Normal Toronto is produced by the members and staff of Progress Place Clubhouse.
For more information about Progress Place please visit: www.progressplace.org