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4.3.23  |  Infographic

Opioid Use, Misuse, and Recovery: What You Need to Know

Opioid use, misuse, and overdose deaths have risen dramatically since 1999. In 2017, opioid misuse was declared a public health emergency, and the US government has launched several programs to address the crisis. But what are opioids and why are they so dangerous?

3.9.23  |  Case Study

Peer Coaches Use Lived Experience to Support Inmates as They Re-Enter Society, Reduce Recidivism

Inmates are faced with several challenges to reintegrate with society after incarceration, much more than just the stigma of being perceived as a criminal. A peer coach with the same lived experience can make a profound difference by using their personal experience to connect inmates to resources, communicate without judgment, and provide support as they re-acclimate to society.

3.2.23  |  Podcast

Ernie Stevens creates mental health crisis training for Police Officers

Ernie Stevens speaks about his experience as a founding member of the San Antonio Police Department's Mental Health Unit and what he's learned about training officers to respond to mental illness calls.

2.24.23  |  Web Page

Difficult but Necessary Conversations for First Responder Families

First responders have demanding jobs that can often spill over into the family, so effective communication is particularly crucial.

2.23.23  |  Podcast

Commissioner Randall Liberty is changing lives inside Maine Prisons

Commissioner Randall Liberty talks about the programs he's put into Maine prisons and jails to provide supportive interventions like Medication Assisted Treatment to reduce opioid overdoses and recidivism.


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