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Join us on September 11 – 13, 2019 for the UMADAOP State Conference. Professionals and service providers from across Ohio and beyond gather for this important event.
The work done by UMADAOP agencies has been changing lives and making a difference in our communities for 30 years. Hosted by UMADAOP of Lucas County, this year’s gathering celebrates the UMADAOP legacy of leadership and the important work of preparing leaders.
Our theme and the dynamic presentations planned, encompass our goal to provide a framework for leadership development. We’re embracing a model of collective leadership. A model that honors our legacy and prepares a new generation of leaders.
The work we do has the potential to position the people we serve to overcome alcohol and drug addiction; sustain health and recovery through evidence-based, trauma-informed and integrity-based leadership, and accountability.
The conference will be held at:
Park Inn by Radisson Toledo, OH
101 North Summit Street
Toledo, OH 43604
OhioMHAS awarded the CLFC implementation grant to the Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program (UMADAOP), a federation of 11 agencies across Ohio strategically poised to fulfill the ambitious goals of the project. Under the leadership of Dennis A. Baker of the Mansfield UMADAOP, the Federation will bring together 11 UMADAOP programs, the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections (ORDC) and other State and Regional partners to fulfill the goals of the statewide project. The University of Ohio is evaluating the COIP project. University of Ohio evaluators from the esteemed Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs collaborate with the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) and are conducting rigorous, multi-layered research on the project.