referring to The forum will take place Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Performing Arts Center at 6 pm.
Dr. Bharel has served on the faculty of Harvard Medical School, Boston University Medical School, and Harvard School of Public Health.
She will also focus on DPH efforts to destigmatize substance abuse disorders.
Vineyard House director Jane Seagrave and assistant superintendent of schools Richie Smith will moderate the forum.
In response to the ongoing opioid epidemic that continues to inflict death and destruction on Martha’s Vineyard and across Massachusetts, the Martha’s Vineyard Substance Use Disorder Coalition, in conjunction with Vineyard House and Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools, will host a community forum entitled “Destigmatizing Substance Use Disorder: Addressing the opioid Epidemic through a Public Health Lens.”Dr. Monica Bharel, state Department of Public Health (DPH) commissioner and director of the state’s response to the opioid crisis, will be the keynote speaker.
as informed in In New Hampshire, thats causing unease for many in the substance abuse treatment community.
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as informed in The majority of people who abuse prescription drugs obtain them from family or friends, most often times “helping themselves” from the medicine cabinet.
— 5.4 percent of students don’t perceive that their parents believe that taking Rx drugs without a doctor’s Rx order is wrong.
— 18.1 percent of student’s don’t perceive that their peers believe that taking Rx drugs without a doctor’s Rx is wrong.
— 14.1 percent of students have taken Rx drugs without a doctor’s Rx order.
SUL will be focusing initially on prescription drug abuse component of the campaign.
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