Upcoming events at Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)

Taking Action: Facing the Opioid Epidemic

Taking Action: Facing the Opioid Epidemic

Wednesday 6:30pm (02 May)
Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), Seattle

Events around Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Saturday 7:00pm (28 April)
Emerald City Pirates, Seattle

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Saturday 5:30pm (26 May)
Emerald City Pirates, Seattle

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Friday 7:00pm (18 May)
Emerald City Pirates, Seattle

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Saturday 8:30pm (02 June)
Emerald City Pirates, Seattle

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Saturday 6:00am (02 June)
Emerald City Pirates, Seattle

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Friday 8:30pm (25 May)
Emerald City Pirates, Seattle

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Saturday 8:30pm (14 July)
Emerald City Pirates, Seattle

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Adult Pirate Party Cruise (21+)

Saturday 7:00pm (14 July)
Emerald City Pirates, Seattle


Community Conversation: Facing the Opioid Epidemic

Community Conversation: Facing the Opioid Epidemic


When?

Start time: Tuesday 7:00pm (17 April)
End time: Tuesday 8:30pm (17 April)

About

Community Conversation: Facing the Opioid Epidemic

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
7 – 8:30 pm

http://mohai.org/event/community-conversation-facing-the-opioid-epidemic/

Recently declared a “national public health emergency,” opioid-related deaths kill more people in Washington State than automobile accidents or firearms. Local responses range from providing police with tools that counteract overdoses to opening safe injection sites.

Join Enrique Cerna as he moderates an important community conversation examining how King County can work to tackle the growing epidemic of opioid addiction.

Panelists Include:

Rob Johnson, Seattle City Councilmember (District 4)

Brad Finegood, King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division

Dr. Caleb Banta-Green, UW Department of Health Services

Thea Oliphant-Wells, Social Worker at the Public Health Needle Exchange

Presented in partnership with King County TV.

Childcare: Complimentary childcare is available to program attendees by advance registration for children ages 4 and up. Guardians must remain onsite.

Location: MOHAI
Cost: $5 for MOHAI members / $10 general public