The Opiate Treatment & Recovery Taskforce is working to educate and inform the community about opioid treatment, improve discharge planning, and support long-term recovery in Caroline, Fredericksburg, King George, Spotsylvania, and Stafford. If you are interested in becoming a member of this task force please contact Carmen Greiner at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Opiate Treatment & Recovery Taskforce has developed a brochure of treatment providers within the Rappahannock Region.
Substance Abuse Providers Brochure
To recommend updates to the brochure, please contact Kate Gibson at email@example.com.
Opioid addiction has been declared an epidemic and a national emergency. In 2016, there were 79 deaths due to opiate use in our area. 8% of high school students and 7% of middle school students report taking prescription drugs not prescribed to them. It is imperative that we do a better job of identifying and treating opiate addiction.
The Opiate Treatment & Recovery Taskforce has developed a brief training that will give you an introduction to opiate addiction, address treatment approaches, and show what you can do to help.
Contact Carmen Greiner at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule a training for your organization.
Trainings have already been completed or scheduled for the following organizations/events:
- Rappahannock Area United Way
- Caroline County Department of Social Services
- Fredericksburg Department of Social Services
- King George Department of Social Services
- Community Collaborative for Youth and Families
- Aquia Harbor Community Group
- Best Practice Court Team Seminar