OWINGS MILLS, Md., March 14, 2019 — Nicholas Albaugh, Amatus Health’s Director of Licensing and Compliance, will be speaking on behalf of Amatus as a treatment provider during a panel discussion on the opioid epidemic at University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) on March 14 at 7 P.M.
This is the fourth installment of Eric Bolling’s series of town halls to help raise awareness of the country’s opioid epidemic. Bolling, a Fox News Correspondent, started working on the “Our Voice, Our Future” town hall series after losing his son to an accidental fentanyl overdose in 2017.
Hosting the panel will be Dr. Carlo Diclemente, University of Maryland Psychology Professor, author and co-creator of The Stages of Change. Previously on the panel was First Lady Melania Trump.
The “Our Voice, Our Future” series is seeking to raise awareness and reduce the stigma of addiction, while also examining solutions to the opioid crisis and holding treatment centers and doctors more accountable.
Albaugh hopes to raise more awareness while also explaining how Amatus Health operates its eleven treatment facilities differently. “Our ability to provide a continuum of care with a multidisciplinary approach across all socioeconomic backgrounds will allow us to continue to take part in battling this epidemic.”
Chief Operating Officer Michael Silberman
SOURCE Amatus Health