And, we are back! Corona catch-up the video version!

After a long break Ilene, Mark, and Scott get together, fulfilling Ilene’s dream to wear the podcast tiara and be on video. We cover a lot of ground in this episode from services available in the community to some updates on Downtown Skokie.

We are joined on this show by Noy Frial-Lopaz Psy.D, CADC, who is the Chief Clinical Officer at Turning Point Behavioral Health Center right here in Skokie. We talk about the services Turning Point provides and how it is adapting to the tough times we are in.

Lots of local references and services to cover, its a long one. Watch/listen and I promise you will learn something.

Links:
Turning Point
Culver’s Skokie
Village of Skokie COVID 19 page
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About the Podcast:
The “It’s Skokie” podcast has no affiliations with any governing bodies. We really just do this because we love Skokie and hope that by listening you will learn some of the reasons that we love Skokie. The goal is to educate and entertain and be very unscripted. No edits.

Ilene Collins is a Life Coach. You can learn more about her business here.

Scott Holtz designs/builds websites and hosts them with over two decades of experience. You can learn more here.

Mark Collins plays Pokemon during the show and laughs. He is an actor AND Niles Township Trustee but never at the same time. Not so secretly Mark is also the guy that says “Booyah” on your TV and at the end of most podcasts.