WTTA in the Media

TLP 389 – The Intersection of Guns, Mental Health & Laws

Mike Sodini and Jake Wiskerchen guest on the Talking Lead Podcast. They discuss how gun laws are purposely discriminatory, inherently racist and undeniably unconstitutional. Jake educates us on the mental health therapy side of things and Mike talks about how WTTA has been instrumental in bridging the communication gap between the firearms industry and the mental health industry.

Vara Safety Partners with Walk The Talk America
Vara Safety Partners with Walk The Talk America

Vara Safety, the handgun safe made for protection, has joined up with WTTA to help spread WTTA’s message of “Mental Health, it’s ok to talk about it” with a commitment to explore new technologies to help save lives.

Talking About Gun Rights with Anti-Gunners

Rob Pincus and Kevin Dixie have a conversation about the importance of talking to people outside of the gun community about gun rights… even people who you believe are already “against us.”

WTTA Shoutout on Ammoland

We’re pleased that Walk the Talk America was mentioned in an opinion piece on Ammoland by John Petrolino titled “Anti-Freedom Groups, Exploiting Suicide, and What’s Next?”

Gun Talk Nation – Mental Health & Firearms; Creating a New Gun

On the Gun Talk Nation podcast, Ryan Gresham and Kevin “KJ” Jarnagin talk with Mike Sodini, founder of Walk the Talk America, a group that is bridging the gap between mental health and firearms and finding solutions outside of legislation. What began as an idea for just donating money soon became so much bigger, and a partnership with Mental Health America.

Talking Lead Podcast – Post Traumatic Growth with WTTA & SDIA

Michael Sodini was a guest on TLP episode 353. With COVID-19 still prevalent and the uncertainty on when a vaccine will be available paired with the social divide caused by the protesting , rioting and looting across the Nation, our mental health is being stressed to the max. These two non-profit organizations exist to help both our citizens and our Nation’s protectors understand and manage good mental health stability and get people the help they need.