CamCo Addiction Task Force holds virtual opioid information session Sept. 22

This discussion will focus on how things are now, and what is being done to combat it.

Camden County Addiction Task Force and Camden County College present “Where are we now?”, an overview of current information on Fentanyl, opioids, overdose fatalities and grief support.

Over 2,200 individuals lost their lives in Camden County from 2010 to 2021 due to addiction. This discussion will focus on how things are now, and what is being done to combat it. Speakers include John Pellicane, the director of the Mental Health and Addiction Office, Disiree Whyte, the County and Alcohol Drug Director of Monmouth County, and LeRoy Standford Jr., a teaching administrator and director of the Addictions Counselling program at Camden County College.

The meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. Register for the event at https://bit.ly3hjM16F. Meeting access details will be provided to all registrants via email by Sept. 21, 2021. Continuing Education CEU’s may be available through the Camden County College.

A question and answer session will follow the end of the presentation.

For more information, contact Beth Borchers at beth.borchers@camdencounty.com