Larry Walsh, Will County Executive, provides update on the HELPS heroin prevention cur-riculum and the Narcan program.
Jim Glasgow, Will County State’s Attorney, talks about alternatives to incarceration and his scholarship award to high school students for art depicting the impact of heroin use.
Pat O’Neil, Will County Coroner, shows over-dose trends in the county and discusses in-creased use of Fentanyl.
|Right: Illinois Representative Lou Lang presents an overview of the Heroin Crisis Act|
|Left: Mark Huston, Bureau Chief, Pharmacy Services, addresses Medicaid requirements|
|Right: Maria Bruni, Illinois Department of Human Services / Division of Alcoholism and Sub-stance Abuse, provides an overview of DHS programs and initiatives supporting the Heroin Crisis Act|
|Right: Bill Dart, Deputy Director, Illinois Department of Public Health, provides information on overdose reporting requirements|
|Above: Jessica Gerdes, RN, Illinois State Board of Education, talks about school awareness and overdose prevention||Above: Natalie Pacheco, Outreach Coordinator for the Illinois Department of Insurance, discusses parity and insurance requirements|