June 8, 2022Time
11:00 am - 12:00 pm America/Chicago
Available on Demand:
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Designed to empower coalitions and equip them with tools to drive change, these classes provide a platform for peer-to-peer learning and sharing among community coalitions and healthcare providers. Participants will learn new techniques and interventions that they can apply to improve opioid-related outcomes in their communities.
Objectives of this event include:
Randy Grimes lived as everyone’s all-American—with a successful 10-year career for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But pain took over, and the prescription pills used to treat chronic injuries eventually led to playing in blackouts. When Randy’s career ended, the pills continued—feeding an opioid addiction that would last 20+ years and erode his identity, health and family. When addiction claimed the life of a close friend, Randy finally found the courage to raise his hand and ask for help. This single decision reclaimed Randy’s life. Today, Randy is a motivational speaker, founder of Pro Athletes in Recovery, addiction and mental health advocate, and top-selling author.
Any organization, coalition or individual interested in improving opioid misuse, reducing stigma and implementing evidence based interventions
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