Opioid Advisory Commission
Next Opioid Advisory Commission Meeting:
Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Boji Tower, 124 W. Allegan Street Lansing, MI 48933
Legislative Council Administrator's Conference Room, 3rd Floor
- Kelly Ainsworth
- Brad Casemore, MHSA, LMSW, FACHE
- Judge Linda Davis
- Katherine Hude, Esq.
- Mona Makki
- Scott Masi
- Mario Nanos
- Patrick Patterson
- Cara Anne Poland, M.D., M.Ed.
- Kyle Rambo, B.S.
- Cameron Risma, M.D.
- Sarah A. Stoddard, PhD, RN, CNP, FSAHM, FAAN
- Jennifer Dettloff
- Elizabeth Hertel
Legislation enacted in 1965 establishing the Legislative Council, Act 412 of 1965 (since superseded by Action 268 of 1986), also authorized the creation of an opioid advisory commission to "Review local, state, and federal initiatives and activities related to education, prevention, treatment, and services for individuals and families affected by substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions, and establish priorities to address substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions, for the purpose of recommending funding initiatives to the legislature."
The Opioid Advisory Commission is statutorily required to meet at least quarterly. The Office of the Legislative Council Administrator organizes and coordinates commission activities and provides staff assistance when needed.
The commission makes an annual report to the Governor, the Attorney General, the Senate Majority Leader, the Speaker of the House, and the chairs of the Senate and House appropriation committees.
Minutes of Opioid Advisory Commission Meetings
Annual Reports of the Opioid Advisory Commission
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