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Libraries Respond to the Opioid Epidemic: Ignite Talks

This guide includes presentations and resources from the Symposium, Communities in Crisis: Librarians Respond to the Opioid Epidemic. #masslibrariesrespond

Ignite Talks

Mass Libraries Respond to the Opioid EpidemicThe Power of Community Partnerships: Working Together to Develop a Recovery Collection at the Lynnfield Public Library

Patricia Kelly, Lynnfield Public Library

Small Community, Big Impact

Hope Bodwell, Monson Free Library

Being Part of the Solution

Christine M. Johnson, Attleboro Public Library

Preparing for the Worst:  The Tools Your Front-Line Staff Need

Elizabeth LaRosee, Turner Free Library (Randolph)

Reframing the Conversations:  Eliciting Compassion, Concern, and a Community Response to Address the Opioid Epidemic

Kelly Linehan, Waltham Public Library

Collaboration is Key!

Maria D'Orsi, Medford High and Voc Tech

Be the Megaphone:  Using Library Resources to Amplify Community Efforts 

Patty DiTullio, Ipswich Public Library