Ohio's 2017 Opiate Conference

The Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities, in Partnership with the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction hosted Ohio's 8th annual opiate conference on June 12-13, 2017. Below are the session presentations for this event. 

June 12th Morning Keynote Session 
One UMADAOP’s Plan to Address the Opiate Epidemic (PPT)
Providing Hope for the Future (Video)

June 12th Luncheon Keynote Plenary Session 
The ASAM Criteria (Handout)

June 12th 11:15-12:15 Breakout Sessions 
01. Understanding the Opiate Ecosystem and Leveraging Analytics (PPT)
02. Recovery Community Organizations (PPT)
03. A History & Review of Current Evidence for Comprehensive Treatment Including MAT (PPT)
04. Taking Action against Youth Drug Abuse: Start Talking! Ohio (PPT)
06. Studying Overdose Prevention Programs in Correctional Facilities (PPT)
07. What’s Working: Successful Community-Based Programs (PPT)
08. Integrating Primary Care within an Opiate Treatment Program (PPT)
09. SAFE HOMe – How Ohio Schools, Students, and Families Can Prevent Opiate Abuse (PPT)
10. ASAM Levels of Care (Handout)

June 12th 1:45-3:15 Breakout Sessions 
11. Recovery Coaches: Changing the Addiction Game (PPT)
13. Colerain Township QRT: One Community’s Response to the Opiate Epidemic (PPT)
14. The Lucas County Heroin & Opiate Initiative Fighting Heroin: What Can I Do? (PPT)
15. Addiction 101 (PPT)
16. System Partnerships with Behavioral Health Redesign (PPT)
17. Working with Lesbian, Gay, and Bi-Sexual Clients (PPT)
18. Drug Trends and Awareness by the Ohio Task Force Commanders’ Association (PPT)
19. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) 101 (PPT)

June 12th 3:30-5:00 Breakout Sessions 
21. Nurse-Led Medication-Assisted Treatment Program in Rural Ohio (PPT)
22. Substance Use Disorders and Older Adults-Entering the Grey Zone (PPT)
23. The pHARMING Effects (PPT)
24. Quick Response Team: Taking Action in Summit County (PPT)
25. Partnering in the Community to Impact the Opiate Epidemic (PPT)
26. Cuyahoga County Heroin Awareness Initiative (PPT)
27. The Power of Community Coalitions (PPT)
28. Recovery Housing 101: Housing Options for Individuals in Recovery (PPT)
29. Words Matter: Changing the Language of Addiction (PPT)
30. Mitigating the Risk of Compassion Fatigue through Building Resiliency (PPT)

June 13th Morning Keynote Session 
Ohio’s Response to the Opiate Epidemic (PPT)
Developing a Better Understanding of Fentanyl and Carfentanyl (PPT)

June 12th Luncheon Keynote Plenary Session 
Addiction Policy Forum (PPT)

June 13th 10:45-11:45 Breakout Sessions 
31. Using Peer Recovery Supporters in Jail and Reentry Programs (PPT)
32. Creating a Treatment Culture in a Community Correctional Facility (PPT)
33. Emergency Room Protocols Related to the Opiate Epidemic (PPT)
35. Communications and Advocacy 101 (PPT)
36. Taking Back Ohio: A ROSC Positive Approach to the Opiate Epidemic (PPT)
37. Can Medication-Assisted Treatment be Recovery-Oriented? (PPT)
38. Opioid Management: Payer and Provider Collaboration (PPT)
39. Stepping Stones: Working with Pregnant Moms as well as Their Children (PPT)
40. A Community Health Center Takes Steps to Address the Opiate Crisis (PPT 1) (PPT 2)

June 13th 1:15-2:45 Breakout Sessions 
41. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) 101 (PPT)
42. New Ethical Dilemmas in the Digital Age Part One (PPT)
43. ASAM and Behavioral Health Redesign Part One (PPT)
44. Drug Free Clubs of America (PPT)
46. Cutting off the Pipeline to Opiate Addiction: A Community Strategy (PPT)
49. HIDTA’s Heroin Response Strategy & Trends in Opioid Epidemiological Data (PPT)
50. Partnering With Pharmacists to Reduce Opiate Addiction (PPT)

June 13th 3:00-4:30 Breakout Sessions 
51. New Ethical Dilemmas in the Digital Age Part Two (PPT)
52.  ASAM and Behavioral Health Redesign Part One (PPT)
53. Don’t Lose Faith in the Recovery Process (PPT 1) (PPT 2)
54. The Impact of the Opioid Epidemic on Children (PPT)
55. Drug Trends and Awareness by the Ohio Task Force Commanders’ Association (PPT)
56. The Day One Center (PPT)
57. Naloxone: Saving Lives in Montgomery County (PPT)
58. System Partnerships with Behavioral Health Redesign (PPT)
60. Acupuncture Detoxification as Part of Opiate Treatment (PPT)

For more information regarding this event, please contact Alaina Herrel at 614-224-1111 or at aherrel@oacbha.org.