August 2017
ADM Update

 ADM Appreciation Luncheon Registration is Now Open

Plan to join us on Thursday, September 28, 2017 for the annual ADM Board Appreciation luncheon. You can reserve you spot or table here.

This annual event provides an opportunity to reflect on those who have made significant contributions in the mental health and addiction fields in our community. Please consider nominating someone for the 2017 Trailblazer Awards.  


Enhancing Employee Wellness Conference

The 3rd Annual Champions for Wellness Conference will take place on Friday, September 15th, 2017.  

Featured speakers will include:
Dr. Brent Pawlecki, from the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, who will present on the importance of having a wellness culture in the workplace.

Jason Lang, from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, who will discuss the CDC's Worksite Health Scorecard. 

Hidden in Plain Sight 
August 16th and 17th

Hidden in Plain Sight is a free, interactive awareness program for parents and adults regarding dangerous and risky behaviors of youth. The program covers the topics of substance use, violence, eating disorders, crime, risky games and challenges and more. Due to nature of the materials presented, no youth are permitted to attend. 

Two local presentations will take place in August:

Wednesday, Aug. 16th, at 10:15 a.m., Revere High School gymnasium

Thursday, Aug. 17th, at 9:45 a.m., Copley High School auditorium.  

 Deterra Project Continues 

The Deterra Project is an initiative to reduce access to unused and expired prescription medications in Summit County.  This project provides free drug deactivation pouches which safely neutralize prescription medicines in an environmentally friendly manner.
Summit County Community Partnership (SCCPis working with over 35 community partners to distribute pouches with the goal of reducing the number of unused opiate medications by four million over five years. Reducing access to substances is an evidence-based environmental prevention strategy which reduces misuse.   
On August 31st, Community Partnership will provide the community with an update on the first year of the project. 

Visit the SCCP website for additional details.

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