We are very fortunate to help facilitate the first ever Tribal Summit on Opioids & other drugs. Over 200 community members from across the state are currently in attendance at the conference being held at Kah-Nee-Ta Resort in Warm Springs. Together, we are seeing how culturally centered the approach to treatment is in Tribal Communities. Thank you to all 9 Tribes of Oregon for coming together for this event. Please check back for conference presentation downloads.
June 5th and 6th, 2018 | Warm Springs, Oregon
The summit rates are $99/night + tax = $106.95/night. If you checked needing accommodation on your registration then a room has been reserved for you for the nights of June 4th & June 5th. If you chose needing a scholarship then your room will be covered. If you have travel funds available then you will be asked for payment at time of check out unless you call the hotel before hand to arrange payment. If you need more days added to your reservation then you must contact Kah-Nee-Ta to arrange that and payment for those extra days.
Who Should Attend
Law enforcement, Social services, Medical providers, Continuum of care-Prev/tx/aftercare, Public Health, Mental Health, Leadership,Tribal Council members, Spiritual leaders, Tribal Judge/Prosecutor/legal aid, Media (local newspaper, radio station),Early Child Hood (Head Start and Day Cares) School Youth but only if it does not impact attendance, Culture and Heritage Departments.
– HIDTA Program Director, Chris Gibson
– Oregon Recovers Director, Eric Martin
– Medical Panel – Dr. Locker, Indian Health Service Physician
– MOU Proposal – Caroline Cruz, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
– Workshops, Team Planning, Team Building
– Lots of fun with our Native American Comedy Lunch Humor
— Registration is now closed —
For more information, please contact Asa Wright, Lines for Life Prevention Programs Coordinator at [email protected] or 971.247.9072.
In partnership with Lines for Life and