About The Pulse AZ

The Pulse AZ has its finger on the heartbeat of Arizona’s mental health news and information.

Mental illnesses affect our society and our lives, and demand effective responses from providers and government. Each Wednesday our radio show will bring information and support to people with mental illness, their families and loved ones. We showcase experts as well as community members who are dealing with psychological disabilities, and their families.

The show will be focused on recovery, wellness, systems change, de-stigmatization and more. The Pulse AZ brings stories about real people, policy change and events that are impacting our friends, family, and those we care about who live with mental illness and other disabilities. Join the conversation!

Contact us with questions, comments, news and stories of your own.
Info@thepulseaz.com

The Pulse AZ can be heard each Wednesday at 4:00PM on the www.doublewidenetwork.com

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The Pulse AZ airs every Wednesday on Doublewidenetwork.com at 4:00pm.
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