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New mom Briante Melton of Indianapolis met her best friend at her lowest moment.

“I just felt kind of like hopeless,” she said. “Like I was going to feel like that forever.”

After her one-year-old son Isaiah was born, she says she suffered post-partum depression. When she didn’t always feel like getting outdoors, help came to her inside her own home through the Nurse Family Partnership at Goodwill Industries.

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When Marion County Health Commissioner Dr. Virginia Caine fell down a flight of stairs recently, a pill to treat her arthritis became a way to cope with the pain. But she forgot her insurance card on a trip to the pharmacy, and the out-of-pocket price of her prescription – $230 – gave Caine sticker shock.

Side Effects Public Media has partnered with America Amplified to increase engagement journalism efforts in 2020. In this recent webinar, Side Effects Managing Editor Dave Rosenthal and Indianapolis Recorder Editor Oseye Boyd talk about their local reporting partnership and how media collaborations can work.

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Indianapolis and other cities across the U.S. have recently been rocked by street demonstrations protesting systemic racism. WFYI’s Terrie Dee and the Indianapolis Recorder’s Oseye Boyd were joined by community leaders to discuss what sparked the protests and possible solutions to those deeply rooted problems.