Project Lazarus – RASAP Summer Conference

Please join RASAP for the 2017 Summer Conference Friday, August 18.   Call Cathy Gore by Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at (434) 799-0456 Ext 3134 to register. Project Lazarus:  Community Public Health Approach to Opioid Epidemic: Reach, Teach, Treat Objects/Desired Results Define the components of a successful community-based prescription opioid overdose prevention program.  Data on […]

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Collaborative Planning Group License addendum

Since DBHDS has increased the scope of data that will be collected in the Performance Based Prevention System to include Block Grant data. Please provide some guidance on the most recent information and license addendum that we received. There are additional costs involved and renewal fees mentioned. I can’t answer the questions I’m getting from […]

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RASAP Summer Conference Project Lazarus

The Project Lazarus Model is a public health model based on the twin premises that overdose deaths are preventable and that all communities are responsible for their own health.   Learn more about the core components of the model: Public Awareness, Coalition Action, Data, Evaluation, Community Education, Provider Education, Hospital ED Policies, Diversion Control, Pain Patient […]

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RASAP Summer Conference – Project Lazarus

SAVE THE DATE Regional Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention (RASAP) Summer Conference Project Lazarus Friday, AUGUST 18, 2017 9:00 am – 1:00 PM Registration begins at 8:30 am Institute for Advanced Learning and Research 150 Slayton Ave, Danville Registration begins July 31, 2017  Contact Cathy Gore at cgore@dpcs.org for registration information.

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Logic Model/Evaluation Planning Process

DBHDS has been working closely with OMNI throughout the Needs Assessment and Strategic Planning processes. We continue to collaborate with OMNI to establish effective processes as you all move into Logic Model and Measurement Plan Development. We recognize that throughout the next phases of the process, you may be asked by OMNI to make revisions […]

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