Oregon voters made history in November by approving ballot measures decriminalizing street drugs and legalizing psilocybin in licensed therapeutic environments. Unpack what this means for substance use disorder treatment and prevention — noting that Oregon ranks the 4th highest for substance use disorder prevalence and near the bottom nationally for access to addiction treatment. Hear from experts on prevention, law enforcement changes, funding options, and emerging options for treatment within this new paradigm.
James Schroeder, PA-C, MPAS, Chief Executive Officer, Health Share of Oregon
Eric Geisler, MD, Director of Medical Services, Serenity Lane Treatment Center
Brian Nelson, Chief Operating Officer, Pacific Northwest Adult & Teen Challenge
Reginald Richardson, Sr., MD, Director of the Oregon Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission
Additional Speakers to Be Announced
10am Zoom Livestream