Governor Mills Opioid Response Summit & Seminars

Governor Mills Opioid Response Summit & Seminars are part of the state’s strong commitment to fighting the opioid epidemic. The Summit and Seminars convene leaders from across Maine to share ideas, strategies, and best practices to help Maine people and families affected by this public health crisis. The summit’s theme reflects the personal and societal challenges of substance use disorder and opportunities to build a better, kinder future together. Seminars are held on the first Friday of every month from 11:30-12:30, see the link below to register.

SAVE THE DATE: Governor Mills’ Annual Opioid Response Summit on July 11, 2022.

SEMINAR 1 in the 2021-2022 Summit Series
Held on September 10, 2021

Maine Naloxone Distribution Initiative (MNDI)

SEMINAR 2 in the 2021-2022 Summit Series
Held on October 1, 2021

New Overdose Spike Alert System

 

THE 2021 SUMMIT
Held July 15, 2021

Governor Mills 3rd Annual Opioid Response Summit

The annual summit is part of the state’s commitment to fighting the opioid epidemic and convenes leaders from around Maine to share ideas, strategies, and best practices to help Maine people affected by this crisis. The summit’s theme, “Perseverance, Prevention, and Promise,” reflects the personal and societal challenges of substance use disorder and the conditions needed to advance and support recovery.

 

LIVE STREAM 1
Held on July 15, 2021

 

 

 

LIVE STREAM 2
Held on July 15, 2021

 

 

 

LIVE STREAM 3
Held on July 15, 2021

 

 

 

FIRST SEMINAR
Held on September 4, 2020

Harm Reduction Access in Maine

 

 

SECOND SEMINAR
Held on October 2, 2020

Reducing Healthcare Professional’s Stigma Toward Persons with Opioid Use Disorder

 

THIRD SEMINAR
Held on November 6, 2020

The Workflow: Preparing Primary Care Sites to Integrate Medication Assisted Treatment

 

THE 2020 SUMMIT
Held July 23, 2020

Governor Mills 2nd Annual Opioid Response Summit

The annual summit is part of the state’s commitment to fighting the opioid epidemic and convenes leaders from around Maine to share ideas, strategies, and best practices to help Maine people affected by this crisis. The summit’s theme, “Compassion, Community, Connection,” reflects the personal and societal challenges of substance use disorder and the conditions needed to advance and support recovery.