What role can data play in developing community-based approaches to opioid misuse prevention, treatment, and recovery? How can data help health, law enforcement, and criminal justice professionals — and community members — better understand the opioid crisis in their localities and develop targeted interventions?
Please join the American Institutes for Research (AIR) to explore these and other issues in a panel discussion, “Using Data to Drive Community-Based Approaches to the Opioid Crisis,” at 11 a.m., Monday, June 18, in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, room G-11.
Welcome: Cheryl Vince, Senior Vice President and Institute Fellow, American Institutes for Research
Opening Remarks: Avenel Joseph M.S., Ph.D., Director of Policy and Oversight, Senator Edward J. Markey
Moderator: Susan Heil, Principal Researcher, American Institutes for Research
Presenter: Marian Ryan, District Attorney, Middlesex County, MA
Presenter: Xavier “Lawrence” Andrews, Executive Director, Prevention Alliance of Lauderdale County Anti-Drug Coalition (PAL)
The event will be one hour and refreshments will be provided. Follow the conversation online with #OpioidsData.