The views expressed in these presentations do not necessarily represent the opinions of the Maine Office of Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services.
Confronting Maine’s Opioid Crisis March 6, 2017 at the Augusta Civic Center
With the enactment of PL 488, as part of the State’s comprehensive efforts to address the opioid crisis, Maine has now joined an elite group of states to earn a “Making Progress” distinction from the National Safety Council, the highest ranking bestowed by the Council in its Prescription Nation report.
This conference featured two national speakers from the National Safety Council and Maine experts who provided insight into how we can stop these highly addictive painkillers from flooding our communities, alternative treatments for pain management along with evidence-based tapering options for those already prescribed opioids.
- MAINE’S RESPONSE TO THE STATE’S OPIOID CRISIS
- SESSION B: MAINE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (MMA) ACADEMIC DETAILING Morning
- SESSION B: MEDICATED ASSISTED TREATMENT AND PREGNANCY Afternoon
- SESSION C: CARING FOR THE NEXT GENERATION – INSIDE THE CHAMP CLINIC Morning
- SESSION C: TACKLING PAIN MANAGEMENT Afternoon
- SESSION E: MEDICATED ASSISTED TREATMENT IN GROUPS Morning
- SESSION E: EXPANDING SUBOXONE – A LOOK AT ACADIA HOSPITAL Afternoon
- SESSION F: ADDICTION TRENDS THROUGH THE EYES OF LAW ENFORCEMENT Afternoon
- Sheriff Troy Morton, AD, Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office and Mike Parks, LSW, Associate Director, Maine SAMHS
- KEYNOTE - PDMPs IN THE OPIOID AND SUBSEQUENT EPIDEMICS Lunch
- KEYNOTE - ADDRESSING THE OPIOID CRISIS IN THE ACUTE CARE SETTING Afternoon
Maine SAMHS Prevention Provider Day scheduled for Thursday, November 5th, 2015
“Expanding Our Reach” This year's annual Prevention Provider Day is designed to offer Maine's Prevention Community a broad range of learning opportunities, focusing on topic areas that are of special priority to Maine SAMHS. The day will focus on engagement of various partners in prevention as well as provide an opportunity for networking and sharing of successes. The program includes both keynote presentations and breakout sessions that will provide the opportunity for interaction among the participants.
- Crash Course in Developing Open-Ended Questions |PDF|
- Effective Media Strategies |PDF|
- Evaluating Social Media Efforts |PDF|
- Evidence-Based Intervention Review Panel |PDF|
- LGBT Assessment Development |PDF|
- LGBTQ issues in Prevention |PREZI|
- LGBT Youth Substance Abuse and Mental Health Fact Sheet |PDF|
- November 5th, 2015 SAMHS Provider Day LGBT Presentation |PDF|
- Marijuana Policy Presentation Provider Day November 2015 |PDF|
- SAMHS Prevention Day Policy Presentation November 2015 |PDF|
- SBIRT |PREZI|
- Social Media Basics |PDF|
- Substance Use and Pregnancy Presentation Provider Day 2015 |PDF|
- Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT): Recognizing and Reducing Risk for Pregnant Women (C Chichester) |PDF|
- Diagnosis and Intervention Strategies for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Children and Adolescents: Perspectives from (Neuro) Psychology ( A Uecker) |PDF|
- Infant Safety: Safe Sleep, Abusive Head Trauma, Safe Storage (K Bowden, J Hayman, C Theriault) |PDF|
- Substance Use, Pregnancy, Trauma & Incarceration: A Discussion of the Collective Impacts on Families in Maine ( A Edgar, R Sawyer, K Dell’Aquila) |PDF|
For more information on substance use and pregnancy visit maine.gov/fas.