Eggs & Issues February 2019
Panelists: Bob Mackenzie, Sally Manninen, Christine Munroe & Jessika Morin
Date: Friday, February 8, 2019
Topic: Innovative Responses to Substance Use Disorder- Resources Available
Location: Pratt & Whitney Building, YCCC – Wells Campus
Networking: 7:00am, Breakfast: 7:30am, Speaker 8:00am, followed by Q & A
Please register in advance.
$10 per person with pre-registration and payment.
Payment may be made by check to YCCC: 112 College Drive, Wells ME 04090
or credit card over the phone.
$15 at the door
Register by phone at: 207.216.4311 or Email: Erin Haye
This event is proudly sponsored by: SIS – The Bank That Listens
ABOUT OUR PANELISTS
Bob MacKenzie/Chief of Police – Kennebunk Police Department is a 30 year veteran of law enforcement. Chief MacKenzie began his law enforcement career in 1988 with Kennebunk PD and rose through the ranks, being promoted to Chief of Police in 2008. Chief MacKenzie is a graduate of the 243rd FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree through Husson University. Chief MacKenzie is the producer of the “Point of No Return” a 30 minute movie which depicts the consequences of underage drinking and has been shown in 34 states. Chief MacKenzie is a Past-President of the Kennebunk Rotary Club in which he has served for the past 11 years and is the Chair of the Rotary District 7780 Recovery Initiative.
Sally Manninen/Director – Choose To Be Healthy Coalition & Community Health Sally has been in the field of prevention for 20 years and is a certified Prevention Specialist. The coalition is funded through two federal substance use prevention grants and some state funding. Sally is also the Director of Community Health at York Hospital and has been with the hospital for 10 years.
Christine Munroe, DO/Medication Assisted Treatment Medical Director – The Recovery Center. She is a physician board certified in internal medicine and pediatrics. She attended Hamilton College in Clinton, NY for undergrad and earned her medical degree from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford. After her residency training at Loyola University in Chicago, IL she returned to Maine and is currently practicing primary care in South Berwick.
Jessika Morin, MD/Medical Director – Southern Maine Health Care’s Walk-In Service Line and IMAT (integrated medication-assisted treatment) clinics in Saco and Sanford. She has a passion for helping patients with opioid use disorder. She currently serves as the chairman for the Rural York County Opioid Planning Project which is funded by an HRSA grant, and she recently joined the board of directors for DayOne, a nonprofit organization whose primary focus is adolescent substance use and mental health issues.