Facing America’s Opioid Epidemic
Protecting our children from harmful drugs and addiction is a shared responsibility that requires community-based prevention programs. A panel of experts will discuss ways we can start the conversation and take action through education, prevention, and treatment.
Rick Gale is the Montana Chairman of the Elks Drug Awareness Program, and member of the Montana Opioid Strategic Planning Task Force, and Community-Coalition On Drug Awareness in Bozeman, Montana.
Shelly Johnson is Executive Director of Alcohol & Drug Services, providing SUD services on an outpatient basis.
Rowen Schuler directs operations for Community Medical Services, a Medication-Assisted Treatment program for Opioid Addiction.
Kelley Parker-Wathne has been the Coordinator for the Gallatin County DUI Task Force for the past three years, overseeing a group of 22 volunteers who are passionate about reducing the incidence of impaired driving in our County and our State.