regional opioid & substance abuse summit - Metropolitan Washington

regional opioid & substance abuse summit - Metropolitan Washington

REGIONAL OPIOID & SUBSTANCE ABUSE SUMMIT Collaboration Across Borders and Disciplines May 9, 2017 │ Linthicum Heights, Maryland #OPIOIDSUMMITDMV P...

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Collaboration Across Borders and Disciplines May 9, 2017 │ Linthicum Heights, Maryland




10:00 A.M. Auditorium


Emcee: Chuck Bean, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) Karl Colder, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Maria Harris Tildon, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Kim Horn, Kaiser Permanente

Mayor Muriel Bowser, District of Columbia Governor Terry McAuliffe, Virginia

10:40 A.M. Auditorium



OPENING REMARKS Governor Larry Hogan, Maryland

Moderator: Chuck Bean, COG

Maryland Taskforce: Opioid Operational Command Center Clay Stamp, Maryland Opioid Operational Command Center Dennis Schrader, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

2. District of Columbia Taskforce: Disease Intervention Strategy Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt, D.C. Department of Health 3. Virginia Taskforce: Workforce Development - Changing the Addiction Meme Dr. Hughes Melton, Virginia Department of Health (VDH) 11:20 A.M. FEATURED PRESENTATION: “HEROIN: HARDEST HIT” Auditorium THE HEROIN & PRESCRIPTION DRUG EPIDEMIC AND ITS EFFECTS Brittany Anderson, Office of the Virginia Attorney General

Carolyn Weems, Virginia Beach Mother Featured in “Hardest Hit”

12:00 P.M. Dining Hall 1:00 P.M.



Auditorium 1. Prevention: Stop Them Before They Start Best Practices in Programs and Policy Moderator: Ruth Carter, DEA

Catie Drew, DEA Jennifer Fan, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Center of Substance Abuse Prevention Sue Thau, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)



Room A302


Treatment: The Role of Treatment in Response to the Opioid Epidemic Moderator: Mark LeVota, D.C. Behavioral Health Association Melinda Campopiano, SAMSHA Marc Fishman, M.D., Maryland Treatment Centers/Mountain Manor Phyllis Randall, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Rebecca Hogamier, Washington County Sheriff’s Office, Detention Center Division

Communication: Awareness to Action Moderator: Sharon Zalewski, Regional Primary Care Coalition Jamie Forzato, WTOP Nancy Schrum, Office of Anne Arrundel County Exec. Steven R. Schuh Trish Taylor, Hager Sharp Emily Zeigenfuse, Hager Sharp

Room A303 4.

Policy: Innovative Strategies in Specialty Treatment Courts Moderator: Lisa Lavitt, Frederick County Adult Detention Center Paul Wolford, Frederick County Drug Court Timothy Weber, Carroll County State’s Attorney’s Office Don Northcutt, Fairfax County Veterans Treatment Docket Judge Rahkel Bouchet, D.C. Superior Court

Room A304 5. Case Study: All Hands on Deck Baltimore’s Strategy for Responding to Overdoses Moderator: Karl Colder, DEA Charles “Buck” Hedrick, DEA Baltimore Intelligence Group Gabe Auteri, Baltimore City Health Department Jeff Beeson, HIDTA

1:50 P.M. 2:00 P.M. Auditorium


Public Safety: Developing a Holistic Response to the Epidemic

Moderator: Scott Boggs, COG Deputy Chief Rafael Sa’adah, DC Fire EMS Captain Paul Liquorie, Montgomery County Police First Sergeant Ken Hulsey, Prince William County Police Lieutenant Brandon Dudley, Prince William County Police Glenn Fueston, Maryland Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention

Bridge Room


Synthetic Drugs: Regional Differences & Novel Forms Moderator: Bruce Points, District of Columbia Department of Behavioral Health Dr. Bill Gormley, VDH Dr. Howard Haft, Maryland DHMH Rashida Weathers, DEA Mid-Atlantic Regional Laboratory

Room A302 3. Harm Reduction: Heroin, HIV, and Hepatitis C Weathering the Perfect Storm Moderator: Erin Haas, Maryland DHMH

Room A303 4.

Room A304


Dr. Sue Cantrell, VDH Kip Castner, Maryland DHMH Cyndee Clay, HIPS Monica Ruiz, George Washington University

Clinical Strategies: Innovative Models in Opiate Treatment Moderator: Dr. Hughes Melton, VDH Dr. Kris McLoughlin, SAMHSA Kevin Galloway, Defense & Veterans Center for Integrative Pain Management (DVCIPM) Shannon McMahon, Maryland DHMH

Stigma: Confronting the Discrimination of Drug Addiction Moderator: Dr. Gloria Addo-Ayensu, Fairfax County Health Department Johnny Allem, Aquila Recovery Clinic Dr. Travis Gayles, DC Department of Health Shruti Kulkarni, Center for Lawful Access & Abuse Deterrence

2:50 P.M. BREAK 3:00 P.M. INTERACTIVE SESSION Auditorium 1. Regional Next Steps - Interactive Polling Sharon Zalewski, Regional Primary Care Coalition 2. 360-Degree Strategy Demetra Ashley, DEA Sean Fearns, DEA Office of Congressional Affairs

3:30 P.M.

Carlton Hall, CADCA


Photo Credits: Maryland GovPics/Flickr, Ep Jhu/Flickr, Frankie Leon/Flickr, Alexandria Sheriff’s Office