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Combating the Mental Health and Opioid Epidemics: Policy and Advocacy, Let’s keep the momentum going in New Jersey
October 2 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Join us for a compelling virtual event, “Combating the Mental Health and Opioid Epidemics: Policy and Advocacy,” as we rally to sustain the momentum of change in New Jersey. In this one-hour webinar, we will delve into the pressing issues of mental health and opioid crises, focusing on comprehensive policies and effective advocacy strategies.
The webinar will include a Q&A segment where attendees can pose their questions, seek clarifications, and gain deeper insights from the panelists.
Let’s come together to further our understanding of the challenges at hand, explore impactful policy approaches, and empower ourselves with effective advocacy tools. By joining forces, we can continue driving positive change and building a healthier, stronger New Jersey for all. Together, we can make a difference in combatting the mental health and opioid epidemics in New Jersey.
Learn more about the speakers:
Senator Troy Singleton – Dedicated to public service, Senator Troy Singleton fosters years of experience in various government roles. He began his political journey in 2011, winning a seat in the New Jersey General Assembly to represent the 7th Legislative District making him a key leader on this important discussion.
Senator Anthony Bucco – A dedicated New Jersey Republican leader, Senator Anthony Bucco brings his vast experience and insights to the forefront. With a track record of advocating for robust policies, Senator Bucco’s perspectives will shed light on the critical intersections between mental health and opioid challenges.
Assembly Leader Lou Greenwald – As an influential figure in the New Jersey Assembly, Leader Lou Greenwald has long championed initiatives to address mental health and opioid issues. His strategic leadership and commitment to change make him a key voice in our discussion.
Assemblywoman Aura Dunn – With a deep commitment to the wellbeing of New Jersey residents, Assemblywoman Aura Dunn has been an advocate for comprehensive solutions to mental health and opioid concerns. Her unique insights into these issues promise to provide valuable perspectives.