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Recovery Initiatives - Shared screen with speaker view
Hallie Chillag (she, her)
12:59
Thank you everyone!
Hallie Chillag (she, her)
14:25
Please do not forget that we are sharing video to have a highly engaging session today
Hallie Chillag (she, her)
16:12
Let's work collaboratively through video and honor this special topic, time, and our esteemed and accomplished panelists
Lauren Hines
36:55
Feel free to put comments/questions in the chat please.
Salam Haffar
47:55
thank you so much to our guests for sharing their stories and experiences! how can healthcare providers better advocate for recovering drug addicts?
Jasmine Lafferty - UC
48:17
WV is made up of a lot of smaller rural communities, while drug court covers most counties in the state do you find location is a barrier to drug court participates, especially during the pandemic?
Clinton Liang
50:16
How are participants found eligible to be participant in drug court? Is it based on a recent arrest where drugs/alcohol were the main arrest reason? If so, with a record of a drug arrest does the drug court program also help rehabilitate the person into society such as finding a job with an arrest record?
Lauren Hines
52:37
I will try to find a good time to ask the questions you have! :)
Angie Reinhart
55:05
Thank you for sharing your story Ryan! What additional state resources did you find most helpful while overcoming your addiction?
Jasmine Lafferty - UC
57:29
From both a participate and "employee" of drug court, what is one thing you feel is done efficiently and one aspect you are hoping to improve?
olivia
01:02:50
If drug court doesn't work, do you think drug clinics that provide methadone or suboxone are a good alternative for certain cases?
My Huyen Vo
01:04:50
Are there programs available to groups of low socioeconomic status who don't have a criminal background? For example the homeless population?
Jessica Sexton
01:05:03
What type of treatment is provided in drug court? Medication assisted treatment (MAT)? Or does it vary from one person to the next?
Angie Reinhart
01:20:57
Since the opioid epidemic started, does the state of WV still distribute any products created from Purdue Pharma?
Nick Leftwich, Supreme Court of Appeals of WV
01:23:12
If you all would like more information regarding what we've talked about today or about Probation in general, please email me at Nicholas.Leftwich@courtswv.gov and I'd be happy to continue the conversation.
Holly Southers
01:24:37
Thank you all very much for taking the time to have this discussion, and thank you Ryan for sharing your story!
ryan mullins
01:26:29
Thank you to everyone for letting me speak to you all and to be apart of this discussion. I truly am passionate about these types of topics. Like Nick, if anyone wants to connect, my email is ryankmullins31@gmail.com or my phone number is 6813139090!
Savannah McMillion
01:27:09
Thank you for taking time to speak with us!
Salam Haffar
01:27:10
thank you all for speaking on this incredibly important topic and sharing with us the work you’ve done for the state to combat the opioid epidemic!
Jade Caputo
01:27:15
Ryan your story is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing!
Jessica Sexton
01:27:39
Thank you for speaking with us today.
Rachel Boyce
01:27:44
thank you!!!