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Tuolumne County Opioid Safety Conference - Lessons Learned & Next Steps (TCOSC)
As indicated in the attached Agenda, the Tuolumne County Opioid Safety Coalition (“TCOSC”) has recruited a group of six very highly respected expert keynote speakers for a one-day Lessons Learned and Next Steps Conference that will help us improve our knowledge, leadership, and teamwork in order to strengthen our efforts to prevent, treat and rehabilitate children, adolescents, and adults who are affected by Substance/Opioid Use Disorders (“SUDs”) and their adverse effects on health, mental health, and social well-being in our community.
We have sufficient resources to invite a total of no more than 125 participants in the TCOSC Conference (NOTE: the entire proceedings of the one-day conference will be videotaped and the video will be archived on the County web site).
You and your organization have been identified as important “stakeholders” whose knowledge, skills, abilities, and efforts to date clearly indicate your commitment to address the “Opioid Epidemic” that is adversely affecting our community. We believe that attendance by you or your designated alternate at the TCOSC Conference would serve to benefit and enhance the effectiveness of your own efforts and, through teamwork, the effectiveness of the TCOSC as a whole.
We can also offer Continuing Education credit for your participation upon submission of a post-conference evaluation checklist.
A buffet breakfast and lunch will be served at the venue (the Black Oak Hotel in Tuolumne), and there is no registration fee. However, to ensure that we can offer a confirmed seat for only 100-125 stakeholders, we ask that you click on the link below no later than July 20, 2018, and fill in the Registration form which will be sent to the TCOSC Conference Point of Contact. If you have questions, please contact Ms. Alex Parnell (AParnell@co.tuolumne.ca.us).
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