(WEBINAR) Opioid Overdose Prevention and Narcan Rescue

CE Type:*Cert of Attendance Only

# of CE's: Certificate of Attendance only

Certificate of Attendace Only

 

About This Course

This training will cover Opioid 101 and Narcan Rescue, the impact efforts to the Opioid epidemic nationally & locally, the city’s efforts to combat the epidemic. It will describe different types of Opioids medically prescribed & non prescribed, identify overdose risk factors, the laws that govern the ability to help someone in distress, signs and symptoms of an Opioid overdose, what Narcan is and how to administer it.

 

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Identify different types of Opioids
  2. Understand harm-reduction approaches to high-risk behaviors
  3. Recognize signs and symptoms of an Opioid overdose
  4. Understand what Narcan is and steps to administer Narcan
  5. Define the Good Samaritan Act 139.
  6. Understand how to access Narcan and treatment services

 

Intended Audience: 

Behavioral Health Staff

 

Instructional Level: 

Introductory.

 

Completion Requirements: 

Participants must attend entire session, participate in all activities, and submit an evaluation within 7 days of training to receive a certificate. Certificates of Attendance will be available to download from the Learning Hub once the evaluation is successfully submitted.

 

Credit Statements:

Certificates of Completion will be awarded via the LMS once the Evaluation has been completed within 7 days of the training.

Course Instructors

April 20, 2022

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

May 18, 2022

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

June 15, 2022

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

July 20, 2022

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

August 17, 2022

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

September 21, 2022

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

October 19, 2022

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

November 16, 2022

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

December 14, 2022

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

January 18, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

February 15, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

March 15, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

April 19, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

May 17, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

June 21, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

July 19, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

August 16, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

September 20, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

October 18, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

November 15, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

December 13, 2023

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

January 17, 2024

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

February 21, 2024

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

March 20, 2024

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

April 17, 2024

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

May 15, 2024

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

June 12, 2024

Rhonda Johnson

She/her

Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.

July 17, 2024

Rhonda Johnson

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Public Health Planning and Innovation Liaison Supervisor & Coordinator

DBHIDS

Rhonda brings with her over 20 years of experience working with individuals battling the disease of Addiction and Behavioral Health challenges. Prior to her transition to the PI division, Ms. Johnson served as the Project Supervisor to the DBHIDS Recovery House Initiative. Her previous work experience also includes: Assistant Director of a New Way of Life for Women MAT program and Director of Acts Christian Transitional Services. In Rhonda’s new role she will support the initiatives of the Public Health Unit to include cross-systems work with the division of Behavioral Health with a particular focus on addiction services. Ms. Johnson will oversee the Opioid Overdose Prevention & Narcan Rescue Training. Ms. Johnson will ensure the alignment, coordination and integration of a variety of initiatives supported by the Planning Innovation and Office of Behavioral Health divisions. Rhonda’s special interests include, reading in her spare time, shopping and spending time with family. She describes herself as a team player, dependable and always ready to step-in when needed. Ms. Johnson is excited to continue to be a part of the DBHIDS family in a new capacity and looks forward to bringing her knowledge, skills, and passion for assisting individuals and communities to this position.