Monday, December 4, 2017

MIAA Opioid Abuse Prevention Conference, December 13, 2017

MIAA Opioid Abuse Prevention Conference, December 13, 2017
MIAA Opioid Abuse Prevention Conference, December 13, 2017

Keynote Speaker
Michael Botticelli
former Director of National Drug Control Policy
Mr. Botticelli served as ONDCP Director from March 2014 until the end of President Obama's term. Prior to this time, he spent 18 years with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Bureau of Substance Abuse Services. He currently serves as Director of the Grayken Center for Addiction Medicine at the Boston Medical Center.
Keynote presentations by Botticelli and Massachusetts State Representative Jeffrey Roy (Democrat-10th District Norfolk) will highlight an overall program designed by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) to educate school personnel and student leaders about the dangers of opioid misuse. This second annual wellness initiative includes workshop sessions presented by prevention partners on topics including The Opioid Crisis in Massachusetts; The Nature of Addiction; Teen Brain Development/Science; Personal Recovery Stories; Signs and Symptoms of Use; Preventing Opioid Misuse in Student-Athletes; and Supporting Students Returning to School Post Rehab.
Schools are encouraged to register a group of staff and student representatives to attend this event. The registration fee includes conference materials, light breakfast and luncheon. For additional information, please visit or contact the MIAA Educational Athletics Staff at 508-541-7997.
Cost: $55 per person Includes light breakfast, lunch and materials

An offering under the Wellness Pillar of the MIAA Educational Athletics Curriculum
Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association 
Building the Future Through Educational Athletics
33 Forge Parkway, Franklin, MA 02038

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