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Wednesday, November 6, 2019 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

The UCF School of Social Work, co-sponsored by College of Health Professions and Sciences and the Orange County, Florida Drug-Free Office invites you to our workshop titled: 

The Opioid Crisis: Central Florida Responds on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 from 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m at the UCF Main Campus, Teaching Academy, Room 117.

 This FREE event is open to health professionals seeking to better understand the scope of opioids and how Central Florida experts are helping those who are impacted by the opioid epidemic in the community.

 Speakers include: UCF College of Health Professions and Sciences Founding Dean Christopher Ingersoll; UCF Nanoscience Technology Center Professor James Hickman, who is studying opiate overdoses; Carol Burkett, Orange County Mayor Demings' Chief of Staff; Thomas Hall, Ph.D., Director, Orange County Drug-Free Office; Steve Collins, Director, Central Florida High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Area; Michelle Dodson, LCSW from AdventHealth, Jamie Bridges, LCSW from Orlando Health, and voices of recovery.

  •  CEU certificates (5 hours), parking codes, breakfast, lunch and materials will be provided.
  •  Register online to attend. Parking codes will be emailed to you after you register.
  •  REGISTER EARLY - space is limited to 75

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TA 117: TA 117

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