Addressing our Drug Overdose Deaths Webinar

November 16, 2:00-3:30pm Eastern Time

Drug overdose deaths have been rising precipitously over the past few years, with particularly devastating results among African Americans, Latinx people, and American Indians and Alaska Natives. One of the populations most affected by this crisis is people experiencing homelessness. This webinar will offer important information about how communities can reduce overdose deaths among those experiencing homelessness by utilizing combined interventions of harm reduction, supportive housing, SUD treatment and recovery support that are integrated and culturally responsive. Recommendations for system- and provider-level stakeholders to build an integrated, best practice continuum of care will be offered.

Addressing Our Drug Overdose Deaths – Speakers: 

  • LaMont Green, D.S.W., Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Technical Assistance Collaborative (TAC) 
  • Rachel Post, M.S.S.W., Senior Associate, TAC

This webinar will be recorded and ASL and live captioning will be provided. Certificates of participation will be provided to those who complete a post-event evaluation, but no CEUs are included in this event.

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POSTED BY Admin | Nov, 04, 2022 |
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