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Here Today: Screening and Panel - Latchis 9/12/17

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Join us for a screening and panel discussion of 'Here Today', a documentary film by Bess O'Brien exploring heroin and the effects of addiction on families in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, featuring panelists Geoffrey P. Kane, MD, MPH, Chief of Addiction Services, Brattleboro Retreat; Suzie Walker, Executive Director, Turning Point of Windham County; Ella Thorne-Thomsen, Vermont Recovery Network Pathway Guide Turning Point Recovery Coach; and Tom D. Anderson; Vermont Commissioner of Public Safety.

The Opiate Crisis: Stories and Solutions is a state-wide event that includes two television film broadcasts, a live television panel discussion, and three in-person film screenings and robust discussions around the opiate crisis in Vermont. Each event will include a live audience interacting with a panel representing the medical, social work, advocacy, enforcement, prevention and recovery communities. Together, these events will explore what we have learned over the last decade about opiate addiction, what has changed, what treatments and prevention are having real impact, and what we can do better. Scroll down for more info!

Production Date: 
Tuesday, September 12, 2017 - 15:15