Hear Me Now is a storytelling program at Providence, created in partnership with StoryCorps. Hear Me Now’s mission is to give patients, loved ones, and caregivers a sacred space to share their stories and make healthcare more humane.
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All Providence Interviews
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 4
- Providence Hospice Portland 2
- Providence Home and Community Care 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
Bennett (38) sits with his twin sister Aven (38) to talk about his coming out as transgender and the joys and consequences of all that comes with it.
Nathan talks to his mom about her history growing up in Chicago in a Polish immigrant family and her relationship with her grandmother, being witness to her death and later in life her perception of being a single mother raising...
Karen and Rick sit to discuss the early days of hospice care and how far it has come in the last 40 years.
Being transgender has caused Evy to grow up quickly. At 14, she has now lived half her life as the girl she always wanted to be. She and her mother, Holly, share stories about the obstacles Evy has faced from...
Billie talks about her depression. She has dealt with anorexia, substance abuse, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and attempts, and her recovery process.
Emily discusses growing up with a substance-abusing mother, and how this led to her won struggles with abandonment issues. She also talks about running away, dealing with depression and methamphetamine addiction as a teenager and ultimately her recovery from addiction.
Dipti and Kale reminisce about growing up next door to one another in Mumbai India. Now both are coincidently living in Portland, Oregon. Sharing the Hindu holidays together. They talk about the upcoming Diwali holiday, what it means to them,...