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Summit County Opiate Task Force | - Committed to reducing the tragic consequences of opiate abuse in Summit County through education, collaboration, and the wise use of available resources.

  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/treatment-prevention Treatment + Prevention | Summit County Opiate Task Force - A Recovery Oriented System of Care  The ADM Board is moving toward the model of Recovery-Oriented system of care (ROSC), where the focus shifts from managing acute care to one that focuses on ongoing recovery management and wellness. The ROSC model has been shown to improve outcomes by ensuring individuals, families, and communities have timely access to prevention and treatment services, as well as, recovery supports that increase their likelihood of achieving and sustaining recovery.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/treatment-resources Treatment Resources | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Crisis Center If you or someone you know is addicted to opiates or heroin, help is available 24/7 by calling the ADM Crisis Center, 330-996-7730.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/prevention-programs Prevention Programs | Summit County Opiate Task Force - The Importance of Prevention & Wellness Promotion The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) promotes and implements prevention and early intervention strategies to reduce the impact of mental and substance use disorders. Mental and substance use disorders can have a powerful effect on the health of individuals, their families, and their communities.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/recovery-support Recovery Support | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Recovery Housing Recovery Housing is for persons with substance use disorders and provides a transitional living environment in the community that is structured to promote sobriety and independent living during early recovery.  Clients are free to work, attend treatment, or recovery support services during the day.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/project-dawn Project DAWN | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Responding to Overdoses from Opiates & Heroin Family members and concerned friends of persons addicted to opiate medications or heroin now have access a new tool in case of an overdose. The administration of Naloxone (also known as Narcan) is saving lives in Ohio.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/what-you-should-know What You Should Know | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Learn more about what you can do to help end this epidemic. Parents + Family Community Members Youth Health Care Providers
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/parents-family Parents + Family | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Addiction does not discriminate and it could happen to anyone. Addiction to opiates and/or heroin can begin innocently. It might start with teens experimenting with unused prescription pain medications, perhaps after a medical procedure or recovering from a sports injury. Any of these may lead to addiction to heroin.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/community-members Community Members | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Our opiate epidemic is a community problem requiring community solutions. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA), 4 out of 5 heroin users first began with recreational use of prescription pain relievers. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) cites that nearly 50 percent of young people who inject heroin started by abusing Rx drugs.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/youth Youth | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Worried about yourself? Concerned about a friend? Get Help You don’t have to face this alone. Talk with a trusted adult to express your concerns. Don’t wait, someone’s life may depend on it!
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/health-care-providers Health Care Providers | Summit County Opiate Task Force - What can health care providers and pharmacists do to help end the opiate epidemic? Tools to Help Physicians, Dentists, other prescribers and Pharmacists can play a big role in decreasing the opiate epidemic by using tools to prevent overprescribing and diversion of prescription medications. The Ohio Automated Rx Reporting System (OARRS) and the Generation Rx Toolkit are helpful strategies for educating health care professionals.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/faqs FAQs | Summit County Opiate Task Force - This Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) section will contain statistics and updates on issues related to the opiate epidemic in our community.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/trainings-events Trainings + Events | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Check back often for trainings and events where you can learn more about the opiate epidemic. SAVE THE DATEs - Opiate task force events! Next Opiate Task Force meeting - Wednesday, DECEmber 14, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. - SUMMIT COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH AUDITORIUM, 1867 W. MARKET STREET, ENTRANCE 'A', AKRON, OHIO.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/about About Us | Summit County Opiate Task Force - The abuse of opiates, including certain prescription drugs and heroin, has reached epidemic proportions throughout Ohio. REDUCING OPIATE ABUSE IN SUMMIT COUNTY
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/contact Contact | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Need a Speaker? Have a Question? Thank you for your interest in the Summit County Opiate Task Force. Please complete the form below to let us know how we may assist you.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/news/dea-national-prescription-drug-take-back-day-october-22-2016 DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day- October 22, 2016 | Summit County Opiate Task Force - Most abused prescription drugs come from family and friends. You could be a drug dealer and not even know it. Saturday, October 22, 2016 is DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Click here for more information and drop off locations in our area.
  • http://www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org/news/adm-board-issues-request-proposals-rfp-transitional-housing ADM Board Issues Request for Proposals (RFP) for Transitional Housing | Summit County Opiate Task Force - The County of Summit Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health (ADM) Services Board is requesting proposals for post-detox transitional housing. The purpose of this additional housing is to provide interim support for those seeking help as they transition to the level of care needed to address their illness. This includes transitioning from detox and awaiting admittance to a residential level of care, engaging in ambulatory detox or awaiting availability of stable or longer term recovery housing.

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  • C. Lowe - easy to position and super simple to install

    I wish I would have gotten this years ago! This is the first mirror with which I can actually see my baby clearly. It's large, easy to position and super simple to install. Very straightforward and useful product.

  • Mary L - If only Kindle Fire friendly

    I did return this Bible because it was difficult to navigate. I think it would be excellent if it could be used on Kindle Fire. I am waiting to see if adjustments will be made soon for Kindle Fire Navigation. Does anyone know if it is being upgraded? I hope so. Seems to be best on market.

  • Tony Fox - Should be labeled "not for indoor use"... WOW!

    Normally, I'm not one to complain about taking an occasional foam dart to the head from the kids. It's all in good fun. These little guns, however, changed my tune. All I can say is Ouch! That was AWESOME! For the first time since I started owning dart guns back in the 70's, I actually feel like a product is unsafe for children. Not since Lawn Darts has the likely hood of children injuring themselves been this much fun. For so long, dart guns have been emasculated to the point of annoying mosquitoes to be brushed aside, but no more! These guns not only get your attention, they announce their authority. And you will respect their authority! I ordered three of these, one for each kid, but I think I'll need to order one for myself and one for the wife just so we aren't outgunned.

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    I have used this product for over 6 months it works great. Be aware if you take to many it will give you lots of trips to the bathroom. I only take 2 a day in the morning and that seems to be good for me. I do have to eat a small breakfast because the pills do tend to make me nauseous without eating.

  • drunken_rugger - QC on these is poor to say the least

    So I ordered two of these, one black for myself and one orange for my father. The orange one was much nicer than the black but both of them clearly have been cheaply mass produced. The coating on the retaining clips wears off very quickly BC the knives themselves appear to have been stamped out of a large sheet of metal and the edges left rough. On the black one there is even a small nick of medal on the unsharpened utility side, QC on these is poor to say the least. The inner edges of the bottle opener and oxygen tank wrench both have flakes of metal left behind that never got ground off. Also it is a shame the grips aren't made of something like g10 and better secured to the blade, the rubber they used feels like it will peel off. The design as a whole is great, though I feel the bottle opener is inappropriate considering the intended use of the knife, psa: don't mix drinking and extreme water sports. The sheath does work as advertised, and it is extremely snug on a belt. All in all I wish they had better quality control BC I have been eager to get this know ever since I first saw it years ago in the local outdoor sports shop, and I was really disappointed. I see better QC in 20$ knives on a regular basis, so when I invest in nicer knives for myself and my fam I have higher expectations.