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A Discussion: Opioid abuse and Wisconsin’s road to recovery
Conversations can spark ideas that generate real change.
On Saturday, September 16th, as part of the inaugural Cap Times Ideas Fest, the Wisconsin Humanities Council is proud to be leading small group discussions to facilitate productive and action-oriented conversations about the opioid epidemic in Wisconsin.
The event starts at 12:30 in the Discovery building on the UW-Madison campus. Panelists are state Sen. Janet Bewley, D-Ashland, Rise Together program manager Nadine Machkovech, Wisconsin Voices for Recovery director Caronline Miller and state Rep. John Nygren, R-Marinette. Cap Times reporter Jessie Opoien will moderate the panel.
Small group discussions will start directly following the event at 1:30 in the atrium of the Discovery building.
This is a unique opportunity to hear different perspectives and share experiences. Thoughts and ideas for addressing the opioid epidemic in Wisconsin will be collected and shared with participants, panelists, and the Cap Times.
This is a ticketed event. Purchase tickets here.
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