At this time, all scheduled programs and events through the end of April will be canceled or rescheduled, and registered attendees will be notified. As a nonprofit organization that relies on donations, we encourage you to consider using your program fee as a donation to the museum. Refunds will also be available for anyone who has purchased a ticket. Questions about ticket purchases can be directed to Visitor Services at (317) 232-1637.
On opening day, Feb. 1, from 1 - 2 p.m., hear from local experts and people in recovery on ways we as a community can end the stigmatization of substance use disorder. The panel discussion will be followed by a naloxone training and kit distribution by the nonprofit organization Overdose Lifeline. Naloxone is an FDA-approved medication that is administered in an emergency to counter the effects of an opioid overdose.
Discussion panelists include:
Brandon George, executive director, Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition
Robin Newhouse, dean and distinguished professor, Indiana University School of Nursing
Brea Perry, professor of sociology and associate vice provost for research, Indiana University Bloomington
Justin Phillips, executive director and founder, Overdose Lifeline
Trisha Palencer, Director of Chronic Pain & Chemical Dependency, IU Health West Hospital – Addiction Treatment and Recovery Center
Panel moderator: Fred Cate, vice president for research, distinguished professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law, Indiana University
Price: Free to the public
Questions? Chat with us at 317.232.1637 or email@example.com.
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