In an effort to address the current opioid epidemic and what employers can do to protect their businesses and assist troubled employees, the Ohio Small Business Development Center at Lakeland Community College is hosting a free workshop "The Opioid Crisis in the Workplace: The Proactive Role Employers Can Take," Wednesday, May 23, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Holden University Center of Lakeland, 4242 St. Rt. 306, Kirtland, 44094. Registration and a continental breakfast begin at 8:30 a.m.
The program moderator will be Randi M. Ostry, Esq., director of Statewide Substance Use Education and Business Initiatives at Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's Office. Panelists will include experts from University Hospitals, Working Partners®, the Lake County ADAMHS Board, Dworken and Bernstein, Co., L.P.A., Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation and the Geauga United Way.
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The program is free but registration is required by May 21 at lakelandcc.edu/sbdc. For more information, call Angela Clements Cattell at 440.525.7706.