Clinton CRUSH+ stands for Community Resources United to Stop Heroin and other drugs. CRUSH+ strives to provide viable resources within the community to combat the opioid epidemic through identification, education, treatment and prevention.
On Tuesday August 31, 2021, from 5:00PM-8:30PM, Clinton community professionals and community members will hold our 4th Annual Overdose and Addiction Awareness Vigil. The theme of the vigil is “Ending Addiction Changes Everything.” This will be an evening of education and awareness, as well as an opportunity to pay tribute to those lost to overdoses and struggling or recovering from addiction. The International Overdose Awareness Day is a global event held on August 31st each year, and aims to raise awareness and reduce the stigma of addiction and
overdose. If you are interested in helping to plan or support the event, please call Kristin at 241-4371 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The 4th Annual Overdose & Addiction Awareness Vigil Events will be held on August 31, 2021, from 5:00 - 8:30PM, at the Riverview Bandshell located at 251, Ball Park Drive, (Across from Riverview Pool) in Clinton, Iowa. Please bring your own lawn chair. We are still decided a plan for inclement weather. Music and resource Tables will be open prior to the event starting at 5PM. If you are interested in having a resource table, please contact Ellen at 243-2124 or email@example.com
There will be an opportunity for community members to share their testimonials. If you would like to talk to someone about sharing your testimonial, please contact Larry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule of Events:
5:00– RESOURCE TABLES & MUSIC
6:00—8:00-EDUCATION, AWARENESS & TESTIMONIALS
PRAYER VIGIL TO FOLLOW
For more information, visit: www.ClintonCRUSH.org or call 563-241-4371 or
The City of Clinton was awarded a grant in 2018 to help address opioid related issues. As part of that project the Drug Abuse Response Team (DART) was created.
The DART is comprised of Clinton Police Department law enforcement officers, Clinton Fire Department EMS, as well as a specially trained ASAC member. They work to identify, educate, assist, and provide resources to at-risk individuals.
The DART responds to victims who overdose and provide resources while connecting them with interventions or treatment options. The DART meets regularly to schedule outreach, interventions, and educational assistance as needed. This team will also respond or react to assist those in need of treatment for opioid addiction.
The DART is led by:
DART Supervisor Sgt. Joel Wehde, Clinton Police Department 563-243-1455 or email: email@example.com
Dart Supervisor Battalion Chief Greg Forari, Clinton Fire Department 563-242-0125 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The DART works to help connect individuals with community resources including these services and more:
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT): MAT can reduce cravings and the symptoms of withdrawal to help you focus on returning to a healthy lifestyle. MercyOne MAT Care team includes:
Dr. Johnson a Buprenorphine Waivered Provider who is qualified to prescribe and treat opioid dependency.
Laura, MAT Nurse Coordinator. She is the friendly face of nursing working in the clinic to provide patient care, assist with developing and implementing the collaborative plan of care with the patient and medical provider, and provide education on various substance abuse and medication assisted treatment topics.
· To reach Laura call 563-244-7525 or email her at laura.norris@Mercyhealth.com
Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Services: Learn more or start the process by getting an evaluation. Call Area Substance Abuse Council/New Directions (ASAC) at 563-243-2124.
Substance Abuse Assessments & Treatment is provided by ASAC. The care team includes:
Sheila, an outpatient counselor at ASAC New Directions. Sheila can help with substance use counseling.
· Sheila can be reached at New Directions (563) 243-2124 or send her an email at email@example.com
As part of this process, referrals to peer support (someone with lived experience) are also made. They walk side by side with individuals helping them develop their own recovery plans and support them on their recovery journey.
You can talk to someone 24/7 with lived experience by calling Rhonda’s House / Life Connections Peer Support at 563-659-1171.
Eastern Iowa Crisis Line
Clinton PD non-emergency line
Mental Health/Co-Occurring Behavior Health)
Substance Use Assessment & Treatment
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MercyOne Medication Assisted Treatment Clinic (Opioid Treatment)
To learn more about the City of Clinton’s Opioid Partnership please contact Kristin at the Gateway ImpACT Coalition. She can help with any programmatic questions, media, support group information or speaking requests; she can be reached at 563-241-4371 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Drug Abuse Response Team (DART) is comprised of Clinton Police Department officers, Clinton Fire Department EMS, and a substance abuse counselor. They work to identify, educate, assist, and provide resources to at-risk individuals.
MercyOne Clinton Medical Center has opened a facility to provide comprehensive, holistic treatment for opioid use disorder. The Clinton Medication Assisted Treatment Clinic at 221 Main Ave. provides treatment through medication, cognitive behavioral therapy and peer support.
The MAT Care Coordinator provides navigation and care coordination services to patients receiving services as well as works with an interdisciplinary team who provide various services to these patients. The coordinator is also responsible for the initial substance use evaluation and for providing substance abuse counseling throughout the patient's treatment.
Bridgeview Community Mental Health Center provides a Peer Recovery Support Specialist. The Peer Recovery Support Specialist provides support through live-experience and education to persons in recovery or persons trying to get into recovery.
The Clinton Substance Abuse Council hired a Project Coordinator to focus on this effort. The project coordinator is responsible for planning, implementing, and maintaining services specifically under the Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program (COAP). The project coordinator organizes required trainings, prepares response protocols, and develops and communicates with the community multidisciplinary team members.
Want to find out more about our collaborative efforts to combat the opioid crisis? Click below to contact us or give us a call at (563)241-4371.
We are always looking for new members and volunteers. If you are interested in joining us, the meetings are typically held on the fourth Monday of each month and are listed below. Meetings are being held virtually for the foreseeable future. For more information, contact Kristin at 563.241.4371 or at email@example.com.
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Everyone is encouraged to get involved. The Clinton Substance Abuse Council (which includes the Camanche-DeWitt Coalition and the Gateway ImpACT Coalition) does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.
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