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Opioid crisis meeting set

PUHI — The Kauai Rural Health Association is bringing the conference “Opioid Crisis: What You Should Know” to Kauai Community College on Thursday, May 17.

The free conference will begin with registration at 8 a.m. The conference begins at 8:30 a.m. and runs through noon. Registration is open to the first 60 participants.

Speakers include David Della Lana, Dr. Graham T. Chelius and Dr. Gerald J. McKenna. Topics include understanding chemical dependency, interventions and solutions to the opioid crisis, and information about the magnitude of the problem.

Information and community resources will be available at the event.

More info: valeriesaiki@gmail.com

1 Comments
  1. NDAUgarbage April 12, 2018 8:29 am Reply

    Another PORK project is NDAU. You can give them all the info they need to complete an investigation but they won’t act accordingly.

    Dirty cops in KPD leak info to the drug dealers and then they work together with dirty cops and druggies, mma fags, retired dirty cops, and judicial employees to set you up, ambush you, and or try to murder you.

    NDAU is garbag’e. No bueno! More of a liability and their staff at the PRosecuting Attorneys office is beyond incompetent. Hard hat, crayon carrying short bus window washers.

    People in that office leak info to the drug suppliers (the people with the load). It’s a phony scheme to fund bogus positions to obtain fed gov dollars.

    Don’t call the corrupt KPD hotline also. They will target you for retaliation. These guys a side jobs is to protect the drug imports and sales.

    Junkies and drug dealers are protected by the Kauai and state of Hawaii mafia. The dirty cops/dlnr are their muscle.

    Garbag’e


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