Contacts: Alicia Haugh Public Relations Intern (651)-815-1097 email@example.com Sean O’Donnell Communications and Community Relations (612)-584-0677 View PDF of the press release here. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Community Organizations Join Together to Prevent Overdoses During Super Bowl MINNEAPOLIS (Feb 1, 2018) — The Steve Rummler HOPE Network is working alongside community
Last Friday, we held our first-ever masquerade gala! This year, the event was titled, Unmask Opioid Addiction, representing the removal of stigma and shame, exposing the truth of this disease and the impact of these drugs in our communities. The social hour began at 5:00 sharp at the Edina Westin
What the president needs to do is ensure congress writes a law mandating all opioid manufacturers pay a fee for the privilege of selling their drugs in our country. We are grateful President Trump is addressing our nation’s opioid crisis, however, we are disappointed he did not declare a state of
Rep. Tom Marino, an advocate of the opioid industry, has been nominated as the Drug Czar by President Donald Trump. Rep. Marino backed a bill in favor of the drug industry limiting the powers of our Drug Enforcement Agency when suspicious amounts of narcotic shipments are placed by drug companies.
What are the costs of the opioid crisis to businesses? As opioid overdose deaths continue to rise, it’s about time we examine the economic impact of a national crisis affecting entire generations of Americans. Executive Director of the Steve Rummler HOPE Network discusses her experiences.
On Friday, September 7. Dr. Harold Tu from the University of Minnesota Dental School was featured in the tpt Almanac series. The feature explored the current trends in opioid prescribing and the growing number of opioid overdose deaths in the state of Minnesota. Dr. Tu explains some solutions to the crisis,
The nation’s leading expert and the Steve Rummler Hope Network’s medical advisory member, Dr. Andrew Kolodny, is interviewed by MoveOn, the largest independent progressive advocacy group in the country.
In December of 2016, President Obama signed the bipartisan 21st Century Cures Act into law, providing $1 billion in funds for states to combat the opioid crisis. Of these funds, the Steve Rummler Hope Network has been awarded $200,000 to expand our overdose prevention program, including community education and the
Dr. Tu at the University of Minnesota Dental School reached an epiphany after attending a FED UP! Rally in Washington D.C. Faces of children and young adults who have died from opioid overdoses were displayed on T-shirts, posters and banners. “These are the faces of my patients” Dr. Tu told