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Reframing Substance Use Disorder, with Cheryll Moore

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Cheryll Moore has extensive grant administration and project management experience with the Erie County, New York, Department of Health and has directly administered and implemented numerous grant projects over the past 20 years. She has been a leader in addressing the opioid epidemic in Erie County, providing naloxone trainings to first responders and community members and integrating data to focus her efforts. She also manages the nationally recognized community-engaged intervention known as the Erie County Opioid Epidemic Task Force to reduce opioid-related overdose deaths.
Resources:

  • Carry Narcan, and know how and when to use it. Text (716) 225-5473 to have Narcan mailed to you for free.
  • Seek treatment. Local hospital emergency departments can connect patients to immediate medication assisted treatment, a long-term care provider and a peer who can help with every stage of recovery. Ask for NY MATTERS.
  • Seek support. The Buffalo & Erie County Addictions Hotline is available 24/7 with referrals for individuals and their families. Call (716) 831-7007.
  • Never use alone. Have Narcan and a friend with you who is not using drugs, or contact a service like Never Use Alone (neverusealone.com)
  • Test your drugs for fentanyl and xylazine even if you think it is cocaine or another substance that is not an opioid. Free test strips available from the Erie County Department of Health. Call (716) 858-7695.
  • Bars, restaurants and other public establishments can order free materials from ECDOH, as available. Visit bit.ly/ECDOHNarcan for order form or call (716) 858-7695.
  • Words Matter - Terms to Use and Avoid When Talking About Addiction

Credits:
Credits:
Host/Writer: Sarah Robinson, MPH | Kara Kane, MA
Guest: Cheryll Moore, Director, Erie County Opiate Epidemic Task Force; Medical Care Administrator, Erie County Department of Health
Production Assistant/Audio Editor: Sarah Robinson, MPH
Theme Music: Dr. Sungmin Shin, DMA

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Cheryll Moore has extensive grant administration and project management experience with the Erie County, New York, Department of Health and has directly administered and implemented numerous grant projects over the past 20 years. She has been a leader in addressing the opioid epidemic in Erie County, providing naloxone trainings to first responders and community members and integrating data to focus her efforts. She also manages the nationally recognized community-engaged intervention known as the Erie County Opioid Epidemic Task Force to reduce opioid-related overdose deaths.
Resources:

  • Carry Narcan, and know how and when to use it. Text (716) 225-5473 to have Narcan mailed to you for free.
  • Seek treatment. Local hospital emergency departments can connect patients to immediate medication assisted treatment, a long-term care provider and a peer who can help with every stage of recovery. Ask for NY MATTERS.
  • Seek support. The Buffalo & Erie County Addictions Hotline is available 24/7 with referrals for individuals and their families. Call (716) 831-7007.
  • Never use alone. Have Narcan and a friend with you who is not using drugs, or contact a service like Never Use Alone (neverusealone.com)
  • Test your drugs for fentanyl and xylazine even if you think it is cocaine or another substance that is not an opioid. Free test strips available from the Erie County Department of Health. Call (716) 858-7695.
  • Bars, restaurants and other public establishments can order free materials from ECDOH, as available. Visit bit.ly/ECDOHNarcan for order form or call (716) 858-7695.
  • Words Matter - Terms to Use and Avoid When Talking About Addiction

Credits:
Credits:
Host/Writer: Sarah Robinson, MPH | Kara Kane, MA
Guest: Cheryll Moore, Director, Erie County Opiate Epidemic Task Force; Medical Care Administrator, Erie County Department of Health
Production Assistant/Audio Editor: Sarah Robinson, MPH
Theme Music: Dr. Sungmin Shin, DMA

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