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Drug Endangered Family Taskforce
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Katrina Chance Executive Director, Richmond County Partnership for Children
Amy Forester Outreach Manager, FirstHealth Richmond Memorial Hospital
Sheila Brosier Administrative Assistant, Richmond County Health Department & DSS
Cassandra Byers Director of Daymark
Chanel Turner COO, Sandhills Behavioral Center
Constance Pearson Clinical Supervisor & Program Director, The Samaritan Colony
Emily Nicholson Alcohol& Drug Services, Richmond County
Jacqueline Welch Aging Services Director, Richmond County
Keri Standridge GAL Supervisor, Richmond County GAL Program
Kendra Faries Public Health Educator, Richmond County Health Department
Kelly Kirk Certified Peer Support Specialist & Recovery Coach, Richmond County Peer Support Program
Lucy Dorsey System Care Coordinator, Sandhills Center
Megan Tarver SHC SOC Coordinator, Sandhills Center
Melinda McDonald Prevention & Early Intervention Team Leader, ADS, Richmond County
Pamela Munger Community Development Specialist, Sandhills Center
Pastor Ernie Walters Pastor, Wellsprings Church, Richmond County
Robby Hall DSS Director, Richmond County
Robert Smith CEO, Sandhills Behavioral Center
Shirlyn Smith Alcohol & Drug Services/ SEARCH, Richmond County
Suzanne Maness Family Advocate, Connections Family Support & Community Collaboration Program
Tahid Rucker Sergeant Detective, Richmond County Sheriffs Department Narcotics Unit
Terry Rush Administrative Secretary II, Richmond County Aging Services
Theressa Smith Staff Development Specialist II, Richmond County DSS
Nancy Porter Health Education Supervisor, Richmond County Health Department
Bill Butler Team/Social Worker Lead & Foster Care Coordinator, Community Care of Sandhills
George Gillenwater Detective, Rockingham Police Department
Buddy Williams EMS Director, FirstHealth of the Carolinas
Curtis Ingram JCPC, Richmond County Chair
Tony Spaulding Licensed Clinician Addiction Specialist, Compassionate Counseling
Tiffany Newton CEO, Compassionate Counseling
Chris Lampley Detective Sergeant, Hamlet Police Department
Amy Tatum Clinical Manager, Community Care of the Sandhills
Wendy Kelly Jordan Director of Student Affairs, Richmond County School System
Community Impact North Carolina (CINC One of North Carolina’s leading organizations committed to preventing alcohol and other drug harms in our communities. We support communities to create change and determine their own futures. We also support and engage parents, schools, public and private agencies, organizations, institutions, in an effort to reduce substance misuse through parent and youth engagement & involvement, community engagement, and local collaboration & coalitions.
Naloxone Saves Lives to Learn more about how North Carolina is fighting the opioid epidemic. Get the Naloxone facts, treatment options, and learn how to obtain them.
North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition (NCHRC) is a statewide grassroots organization dedicated to the implementation of harm reduction interventions, public health strategies, drug policy transformation, and justice reform in North Carolina and throughout the American South.
Operation Medicine Drop Find where to safely dispose of unused medications in your community or to register a permanent drop box location.
NC Opioid Action Plan Data Dashboard The opioid data dashboard on this site is meant to provide integration and visualization of state and county-level metrics for stakeholders across NC to track progress towards reaching the goals outlined in NC OAP.
National Institute on Drug Abuse Our mission is to advance science on the causes and consequences of drug use and addiction and to apply that knowledge to improve individual and public health.
is a community coalition committed to reducing opioid-related overdoses in Moore, Montgomery, Lee, Hoke, and Richmond counties.
Moore County NC Addiction Recovery | Drug-Free Moore County is a non-profit organization providing information, education, and resources on prevention, treatment, and recovery to Moore County Citizens.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is used mostly for the treatment of dependence on opioids such as heroin and prescription pain relievers that contain opiates. MAT controls how the brain works by blocking the “feel good” effects of opioids, as well as relieves the cravings and regulates body functions without the negative side effects of the drug.
Opioid Outreach and Response We are a community coalition committed to reducing opioid-related overdoses in Moore, Montgomery, Lee, Hoke, and Richmond counties.