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Rural Responses to Opioid Use from a Nonprofit Perspective

Mainstream media portrayals of rural America tend to focus on themes of political conservatism, lack of resources, and exodus of younger adults. But these stereotypes miss innovative work happening in rural areas, and a long-standing capacity among community building and collaboration around important issues like public health. This presentation will provide examples of rural-based care and responses to the opioid crisis in Southeast Washington, from staff of an independent nonprofit. Public-private partnerships, state and federal grant funding, volunteerism, and mobile-based services will be examined for their utility across a few different models of care.

Registration is required.

Wednesday, January 10 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lecture or Presentation

Event Topic

Health and Well-being

Audience

Community Members

Tags

Rural, substance use, coasttoforest

Cost

$0

Organization
Center for Health Innovation, OSU Extension Service
Contact Name

Abbey Martin

Contact Email

abbey.martin@oregonstate.edu

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