Entry Points: Philanthropy’s Response to Opioid Use Disorder Crisis
Rural and urban communities are grappling with how to tackle the epidemic of opioid use and substance use disorders. Join this webinar to learn how philanthropy in Indiana and West Virginia is learning, leveraging, supporting, and leading in different ways to respond to the crisis.
Presented in partnership by Indiana Philanthropy Alliance and Philanthropy West Virginia, this program shares work underway by philanthropic leaders making progress in advancing solutions. Our presenters will detail strategies and replicable models from the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation and Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation that can be applied to your work.
- Kim Barber Tieman, Program Director, Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation
Kim will share both her expertise and the lessons learned in developing a response to the opioid crisis in the rural communities of West Virginia. She will highlight collaborations and partnership-building with federal and state government leaders.
- Ellen Quigley, Vice President of Programs, Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation
Ellen will share her foundation’s work in identifying the substance use disorder landscape, gaps, opportunities for philanthropy, and partnership development in Indiana.