What to expect at the summit

Three tracks

  • Clinical services
  • Social supports
  • Trauma-informed approach

 6 hours CME credit available from American Academy of Family Physicians

This Live activity, 2019 Columbia Pacific Opioid and Substance Use Disorder, with a beginning date of 10/14/2019, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 6.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Session examples

“Introduction to Community Reinforcement and Family Training”

“The Hidden Epidemic: Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence, Chronic Pain and Substance Use Disorders”

“How to Talk to Adolescents About Drugs: Using a Risk-Based Framework and Open Dialogue”

2019 Columbia Pacific Opioid & Substance Use Summit

Monday, Oct 14
Seaside Civic and Convention Center
415 First Ave, Seaside 

Seats are limited. Click here to register online.

Join with community professionals, experts and friends at Columbia Pacific CCO’s fourth annual Summit. Together, we’ll keep improving our approach to opioid and substance use disorder. 

What we’ll do

  • Address opioids and substance use through a trauma-informed lens
  • Collaborate across professions and local communities
  • Destigmatize substance use disorder (SUD)
  • Be part of positive change

Who’s invited

Everyone touched by substance use disorder in Columbia, Clatsop, and Tillamook counties, including physicians and other clinicians, dental health professionals, EMS personnel, pharmacists, behavioral health practitioners, educators, law enforcement, members of the criminal justice system and residents! 

Click here for event details and registration

Previous summits led to:

  • Increased medication-assisted treatment
  • Additional medication drop boxes
  • More harm-reduction needle exchanges

Questions? Email Maranda Varsik, varsikm@careoregon.org


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