A Regional Response to the Opioid CrisisKim Porter, CFRS2021-12-24T20:08:48-05:00
A Regional Response to the Opioid Crisis
Approximately 300 people gathered at Temple University’s Mitten Hall on November 19, 2016 for an informative and interactive event that included speaker presentations, a panel discussion, and breakout groups for all participants, which were followed by a Q&A with the panel.
Approximately 300 people attended the event at Temple University’s Mitten Hall. Participants heard from presenters, as well as a panel of experts.
Treatment providers, service agencies, and other organizations were on hand with helpful materials and resources.
www.pchidta.org – is our official website, and where we post information from open-sources and our own assessments of the region’s drug threats, along with links to resources for demand reduction/prevention providers. We also have a page in the site devoted to heroin & opioid response.
www.drugfree.org/heroin – is link to “Heroin & Other Opioids: From Understanding to Action”, which is hosted by the Partnership for Drug Free Kids, with whom the HIDTA program’s Heroin Response Strategy has partnered to produce & deliver a wealth of information, including a “discussion-starter” animated YouTube video, and a Community Presentation toolkit containing downloadable presentation slides, notes, and handouts.
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