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If you are interested in partnering with Know The Truth to host an event for your community, please contact mika.nervick@mntc.org

Upcoming Events

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From Statistics To Solutions Conference 2022
 

DATE: TBD - Check back early 2022!

From Statistics to Solutions is an annual conference attracting 300+ attendees that explores the ever-evolving issues impacting youth substance use, and how to connect and engage with young people about substance trends and use. Additionally, FSTS brings together dozens of recovery allies and resources involved in prevention and recovery to address important and relevant subject matter. Our presentations and panel discussions include local and national experts.

If you have any conference related questions, please email mika.nervick@kttmn.org

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Little Falls Community Event - Night Of Hope
 

DATE: Thursday, Januray 6, 2022

TIME: 6:00PM-7:30PM

LOCATION: Little Falls Community High School Auditorium - 1001 5th Ave. SE, Little Falls, MN 56345

The event is FREE, and open to all community members.

Know The Truth will be presenting at this parent and community education event, hosted in collaboration with the DFC Stand Up 4 U DFC coalition in Little Falls.​​

 

Topics will include:

  • Local mental health and substance use resources for support

  • Current drugs trends based on local student-driven data

  • Personal stories of recovery

  • Motivational interviewing

  • Tips for intervention & reframing conversations

CEU’s: 1.5 free CEUs offered for the following Boards: Behavioral Health, Social Work, Education, Nursing.

If you have any event related questions, please email mika.nervick@kttmn.org

Recent Events

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Understanding Substance Use Disorder and Resources For Support

May, 26th  6:00-7:30PM

Highwood Hills Recreation Center 
2192 Londin Ln E.

St Paul, MN 55119

We are partnering with the Ramsey County OPUS Coalition, Alliance Wellness Center, Niyyah Recovery Initiative, and the Saint Paul Police Department to host an education event for the East African and Somali Community.

 

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) within the East African and Somali communities is highly stigmatized.

 

Join us as we educate community members on SUD, address the stigma associated with SUD and provide resources for support and accessing treatment.

 

Join us for this IN PERSON event!

 

Unable to join us in person? Register to attend via ZOOM, click below.

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