April 10, 2019 ALL

Tomorrow, 4/11, join us to learn how the opioid crisis is affecting NE Ohio

Interested in learning more about the opioid crisis and how it is affecting North East Ohio?

Participate in the workshop:

The Resurgence of Crack Cocaine in the Midst of the Opiate Epidemic taking Northeast Ohio by Storm.

By Dr. Martina Moore, Department of Counseling, John Carroll University

In the wake of the opioid epidemic, we are experiencing a rise in crack cocaine use. The combination of opiates and crack cocaine can lead to more accidental overdoses. We are seeing exposure to populations who were not once affected by the opiate epidemic. They are now becoming a part of the deadly outcomes. This workshop will address both substances, including physiological effects, behavioral interventions and medication-assisted treatment.

When: Tomorrow, Thursday, April 11th, 11:30-1:00pm
Where: East End Neighborhood House, 2749 Woodhill Road, Cleveland, OH 44104
Lunch will be provided

Sponsored by:
US Department of State, Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs
Alumni Thematic International Exchange Seminars
East End Neighborhood House

For information, please contact Carlo DeMarchi (cdemarchi@jcu.edu/216-397-1521).

Dr. Martina Moore completed her Ph.D. at Walden University, in Counseling Education and Supervision with a specialization in Consultation. She holds a Master’s degree from John Carroll University in Community Counseling and Human Services. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor- Clinical Supervisor. She is the President and CEO of Moore Counseling & Mediation Services, Inc., (MCMS). This organization has seven outpatient alcohol and drug treatment centers in Northeast, Ohio. Her agency is the provider for five City of Cleveland specialized dockets, including drug court, mental health court, veterans court, community court, and human trafficking court.
Dr. Moore is on the board of directors for Serving and Learning Together (SALT), a non-profit organization where she works on philanthropic activities to provide services such as building dispensaries, schools, and libraries in under developed countries. In 2015, Dr. Moore traveled to Tanzania, Africa where she worked to assist with completing a dispensary for medical and mental health services. In 2017, Dr. Moore traveled to Vietnam where she taught substance disorder treatment methods.