Ohio's 2021 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 2021 Opiate and Other Drugs Conference: Exploring Better Pathways for Care on May 11-13, 2021. This was Ohio’s eleventh Opiate Conference and its first ever virtual Opiate Conference experience. The conference focused on opiates, stimulants, and other substance use disorders, specifically on efforts related to prevention, education, intervention, treatment, recovery, family supports, community engagement, and more.

*Registrants can access the virtual event platform at: https://whova.com/portal/webapp/ooaod_202101/

May 11May 12May 13

General Session
Director Lori Criss,
Mark Sanders - Tired, Wired, Mired, and Inspired! Strategies for Preventing Burnout and Compassion Fatigue in the Midst of Traumatic Catastrophes and Pandemics

General Session
Senator Sherrod Brown,
Dr. Danielle Dick - Why You Should Care About the Genetics of Addiction: Implications for Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment

General Session
Director Alisha Nelson
Dr. Sherra Watkins -That's About White: Integrating Anti-Racism into Addiction Treatment

Breakout Session A

Breakout Session D

Breakout Session G

Breakout Session B

Breakout Session E

Breakout Session H

Breakout Session C

Breakout Session F

Breakout Session I

Questions? Please contact  Michaella Radich at mradich@oacbha.org.

Conference Sponsors