Addressing Oregon's Addiction Crisis

Addressing Oregon's Addiction Crisis
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February 19, 2020: Addressing Oregon's Addiction Crisis

Oregon ranks last in the U.S. for access to addiction treatment services, while also consistently ranking in the top 10 nationally for its high rate of addicted persons. The state's Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission will soon issue a comprehensive strategic plan for building a new recovery-oriented continuum of care. Hear what's needed to address this problem, how improved recovery services may be funded, and how treatment for patients with substance-use disorder may be strengthened in Oregon.

Moderator:
Kendall Clawson, executive director, Grantmakers of Oregon and Southwest Washington

Panelists:
Mike Marshall, co-founder and director of Oregon Recovers
Dr. Reginald Richardson, Sr., executive director, State of Oregon Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission
Alison Noice, executive director, CODA, Inc.

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– Oregon Health Forum Team