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Rural Health and Safety Education News

The Rural Health and Safety Education webinar series “Combating Opioids” is hosted by Purdue University Extension and the NCRCRD as part of a USDA/NIFA grant.* To join any of the webinars, go to: https://ncrcrd.adobeconnect.com/ncrcrd1/ – Log in as a “Guest” (type your first … Continue reading

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Sept 20th – CARES Meeting

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Latest HPIO Education Brief Explores School-based Drug, Violence Prevention

HPIO has released Connections Between Education and Health No. 4: School-Based Drug and Violence Prevention and Mental Health Promotion. As thousands of Ohioans struggle to recover from opiate addiction, policymakers are increasingly aware of the importance of stopping addiction before it … Continue reading

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Drug Use Prevention Resource Guide

Ohio Attorney General’s Drug Use Prevention Resource Guide

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Appalachian Communities Respond to Opioids

I am excited to tell you about the new County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Peer-to-Peer Learning Series, Appalachian Communities Respond to Opioids. This virtual learning opportunity will bring together individuals from across several Appalachian states. Participants will have the opportunity to seek insights and … Continue reading

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“Parents: You Matter” – 7/25/18

Noble County CARES Presents “Parents: You Matter” This dynamic, community education program introduces parents and other caring adults of children to helpful tools and resources for drug and alcohol prevention and early intervention delivered by local law enforcement and treatment … Continue reading

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BreakThru Withdrawal Service

BreakThru is an exciting new medical withdrawal service opening on July 2 at Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center in Cambridge, OH. All it takes is a phone call to get scheduled for inpatient withdrawal management. We are experts in withdrawal from alcohol, … Continue reading

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Mental Health First Aid Training 8/13/18

For educators, administrators, community service personnel, law enforcement, public officials. Upon completion of this 8 hour-training certification (credential) from the The National Council on Behavioral Health for 3 years and will allow you to become first responder to mental health … Continue reading

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Cleveland Fed researches opioid impact on region’s economy

Research by the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank concludes that opioid abuse causes economic conditions to decline and abuse rates do not go up as a result of downturns in the economy (Source: “Cleveland Fed researches opioid economic impact,” Canton Repository, … Continue reading

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