Understanding Vermont's Opioid Crisis

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Description

This Series highlights noted Vermont leaders in the areas of Prevention, Treatment, Recovery and Law Enforcement, as they carefully and compassionately outline and explain current efforts to craft ongoing solutions to opioid and other substance use issues facing Vermonters today. “I appreciate the work behind this project, as we continue our efforts to address the opioid crisis. This includes increasing our understanding of its impact, causes and solutions, while reducing the stigma of addiction." - Governor Phil Scott.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-03-18
Format: 2019-03-18
Episode 8 - Wrap Up - Working Together to Create a More Resilient Community - 09/20/2018
Episode 8 - Wrap Up - Working Together to Create a More Resilient Community
Episode 7 - Co-Occurring Disorders - 09/20/2018
Episode 7 - Co-Occurring Disorders
Episode 5 - Enforcement - 09/20/2018
Episode 5 - Enforcement
Episode 6 - Wellness, Non-Pharma Pain Management, and Treatment Tools - 09/20/2018
Episode 6 - Wellness, Non-Pharma Pain Management, and Treatment Tools
Episode 4 - Prevention: School and Community-Based - 09/20/2018
Episode 4 - Prevention: School and Community-Based
Episode 3 - Recovery & Recovery Coaching - 09/20/2018
Episode 3 - Recovery & Recovery Coaching
Episode 2 - Treatment - 09/20/2018
Episode 2 - Treatment
Episode 1 - Science of the Brain and Addiction - 09/20/2018
Episode 1 - Science of the Brain and Addiction
Understanding Vermont's Opioid Crisis Promo - 09/17/2018
Ed Baker's promotion for the series "Understanding Vermont's Opioid Crisis" produced by ORCA Media in conjunction with CCTV.
Working Together to Create a More Resilient Community - Introduction to a Series of Eight Episodes - 07/05/2018
This episode includes clips from a Statehouse Press Conference on the Opioid Crisis in VT featuring Jolinda LeClair, Gov. Scott and others.

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