CIOSC 9

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The California Indian
Opioid Safety Coalition

Celebrating Our Communities Since 2018

CIOSC 10

Coming Summer 2022

Panels and Workshops

Are you a community champion in California Indian Country, or are you involved in opioid and stimulant work? Are you interested in being a panelist or holding a workshop? Click below to send us an email about yourself, and we will get back to you shortly.

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Our Mission

The California Indian Opioid Safety Coalition launched as a collaboration between the California Rural Indian Health Board (CRIHB) and the California Consortium for Urban Indian Health (CCUIH). CIOSC was established in 2018 to serve California Tribal and Urban Indian communities as a resource for discussion, collaboration, training, and networking around opioid safety.
We have grown in following years to become a quarterly convergence consisting of panels, workshops, and networking opportunities on a variety of topics to best support our communities across California. The California Indian Opioid Safety Coalition now proudly hosts quarterly conferences featuring voices from California Indian Country and beyond.

CIOSC Committee

Tamika Bennett

CRIHB Project Coordinator

Haille Worrell

CRIHB Southern California MAT Champion

Hannah Youngdeer

CCUIH Public Health Program Coordinator

Rahmad Perry

CRIHB Northern California MAT Champion

Caroline Brewer

CRIHB Central California MAT Champion

Adrienne Leddy

CCUIH MAT Project Specialist

Our Archive

CIOSC 6

Rejoining Together

March 18th, 2021

CIOSC 7

Intergenerational Knowledge

June 17th, 2021

CIOSC 8

Community Champions

October 7th, 2021

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Interested In Presenting?

Let us know who you are, and the amazing work you do in your community. We are always interested in highlighting the projects and people who keep our communities safer.

Let us know who you are, and the amazing work you do in your community. We are always interested in highlighting the projects and people who keep our communities safer.

Want to Stay Up to Date?

Send us a message and we will be sure to include you in all future CIOSC opportunities.

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