Beyond Awareness of the Opioid Crisis: Strategies, Supports and Resources that Make a Difference
When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion – Ethiopian Proverb
NEW DATE: Saturday, May 4, 2019 | 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
OEA Headquarters | 225 East Broad Street | Columbus, OH 43215
♦ H.M. “Hank” Harned, MPA, Start Talking! Coordinator, Ohio Department of Education
♦ Kim Kehl, M.Ed., Medical Director, Ohio Departments of Mental Health and Addiction Services
♦ Andrea Boxill, Public Health Administrator, Department of Addiction and Drug Services, Columbus Public Health
♦ National, State and Local Insights, Impact and Interventions
♦ Overview of Evidence Based Interventions
♦ Secondary Trauma
♦ Networking and Action Planning
This prevention focused program will provide OEA members with an opportunity to share collective resources and wisdom to support students and school communities in crisis.
Participants will gain a further understanding of this issue from a national, state and district perspective. Participants will recognize how to meet the needs of students by identifying appropriate evidence-based interventions and develop an increased awareness of resources and supports. Additionally, participants will have an opportunity to network and develop a plan of action with OEA members from various local OEA affiliates.
Click here to download the program flier. For additional questions and/or information, contact Demetrice Davis at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call: 800-282-1500 Ext 3100. Click here to download the program flier.