Perspectives of Substance Use Disorder
Friday, April 1, 2022
1:05pm - 2:35pm
- Describe how OHH collaboratively provides comprehensive support and pathways to recovery for individuals affected by substance use disorder(s) who may otherwise not be offered assistance by partnering with local, state, and federal resources.
- Obtain a different perspective and gain a better understanding of substance use disorder(s).
- Understand how NJSP Drug Monitoring Initiative (DMI) establishes an intelligence capacity that supports public safety and public health partners by providing utilization of available data sources to target individuals, populations, and hotspot areas.
Ret. Sgt. Danielle LoRusso
NJ Office of the Attorney General
NJ Cares - Operation Helping Hand
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