Between now and Giving Season, TSRG will highlight testimonials from community partners and student interns. This week, Kristin Carpenter, Program Director at the Otero County Health Department, shares the value of collaborative partnerships that bring research and community outreach to rural communities in their effort to find solutions to the opioid crisis.
TSRG is preparing for giving season. In the coming weeks, we will be sharing details about our internship program and our partnership with the Challenge School, a K-8 school in Colorado. Our goals are to showcase the opportunities for students interested in research and working with a start-up nonprofit, understand how young people artistically express their feelings in the time
TSRG is launching our brochure which summarizes the growth we have experienced since 2016. You can read about our Mission, Vision, Research Agenda, Our Team, Purpose, Who We Are and What We Do. Thank you to everyone who has supported our journey!
Will Swann and I prepared a research brief after systematically examining how local governments are utilizing collaboration in response to the opioid crisis. This includes a case study example based on our work the the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). HARC also published reflections and insights from the following experts on utilizing collaboration in response to the opioid
Beginning in October 2020 through completion in March 2021, TSRG, in partnership with the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment (PDPHE), worked to develop this Community Needs Assessment and Gap Analysis. We are grateful for their partnership, and the guidance of Colorado Rural Health Center, the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention, and the Director of Opioid Response
TSRG is working with Otero/Crowley County Public Health Department and the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment (PDPHE) on a Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) funded project. Yesterday, we had an opportunity to talk about our work on KBLJ radio’s: This, That, and the Other.
Welcome 2021! As I reflect on 2020, a time of COVID, uncertainty, and great achievement, I am humbled by what the new year may bring. Each year, I write my achievements from the prior year and my aspirations for the next. This year, I contemplate what it means to continue working towards finding solutions to the opioid crisis now that
Dear colleagues, friends, family, and supporters, Join me and my fellow 2020 Microsoft AlumniHEROes at 9 a.m. (PDT) this Wednesday, October 28 during a 90-minute virtual event where you will get to learn more about what I do with THE SCHREIBER RESEARCH GROUP and about the work of the other seven AlumniHEROes. #SupportOurAlumniHEROes In 2000, I was a Microsoft Loaned Executive
Not only does Terri Schreiber have professional research experience in public health, but she also has lived experience which drives her to achieve even more within her nonprofit work. Terri was prescribed opioid medication for pain during the peak of opioid prescribing. She sought medical attention for facet joint damage, a fractured spine, and three torn discs weeks before starting
Dear TSRG Community, As we wind down 2019, I sit with immeasurable gratitude for all we have accomplished this year. What started as an idea that I documented in a PowerPoint presentation while bedridden in 2016 has become an IRS-approved, Colorado-based 501(c)(3), with team members in Colorado, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Washington. This team of professionals dedicated to