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Linda Carbino
Linda Carbino


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Linda Carbino

Host of "walking through life" a tv show she created. Linda is a women in long term recovery from Mental illness and addiction issues. While in recovery, she found her voice and wanted to share her message of hope with others. 3yrs ago CATV in WRJ Vt. gave her that chance.

She now gives others the same chance to share their story's on her show. Her goal is to educate,inform, empower and entertain. Linda does resource shows in which different organizations share with her what they offer the community. She invites local representatives from Government to come and inform her audience about serious issues and current events. She gets involved in many local fund raisers and events. "Walking through life is not always so serious, Linda has fun offering Music, from singers and song writers, comedians, and people that write and want to share their writings on her show.

Linda is married to Ted Carbino and has 4 cats. she loves life and enjoys working on her show. For more info about Linda Or if you want to be a guest on her show e-mail her at walklife@comcast.net.


Mark Helijas

Mark Helijas

After receiving an MBA, Mark spent time on Wall Street, at AT&T and in 1987 moved to the Upper Valley to accept the position of Chief Financial Officer at the Dartmouth Medical School. He then consulted to hospitals in the Boston area until 1998 when he became the first Executive Director of what is now the Second Wind Foundation, whose most visible programs are the Turning Point Recovery Community Center and Willow Grove, a 9 bed transitional residence for women in early recovery.

In long term recovery from both alcoholism and major clinical depression himself, Mark approached the Vermont legislature in 2001 proposing a network of recovery centers across the state. There are now 9 centers and one in progress. The model is being replicated in New York State, Massachusetts and elsewhere.

Mark’s speaking engagements include Columbia University, The National Press Club, and on Capitol Hill to members of the US House of Representatives. For his advocacy and the Turning Point model, Mark has received awards in the Vermont statehouse, at the National Press Club in Washington, and most recently received the 2008 Dartmouth- Hitchcock Medical Center “Community Health Leadership Award”.




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