Gobernador Wolf: El Centro de Comando de Opioides presenta un plan estratégico, una hoja de ruta para combatir la epidemia

first_imgGobernador Wolf: El Centro de Comando de Opioides presenta un plan estratégico, una hoja de ruta para combatir la epidemia SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Español,  Press Release,  Substance Use Disorder Han pasado más de dos años desde que el Gobernador Tom Wolf firmó la primera declaración de desastre por 90 días para empoderar a los organismos y los socios estatales en su lucha colectiva contra la epidemia de opioides. Desde esa fecha, la declaración se ha renovado 10 veces. La más reciente fue el 22 de mayo. Si no fuera por las iniciativas centradas y dedicadas de los miembros del Centro de Comando de Opioides del Gobernador Wolf, creado mediante la declaración de desastre, la reciente pandemia podría haber paralizado los esfuerzos para combatir la crisis de opioides. Sin embargo hoy, el Centro de Comando de Opioides presentó su plan estratégico que destaca los logros actuales y proporciona una hoja de ruta para el trabajo constante destinado a ayudar a las personas con trastorno por consumo de sustancias tóxicas.“Al aprovechar las diversas fortalezas y habilidades que se reúnen a través del Centro de Comando de Opioides, hemos podido dar grandes pasos para salvar vidas y reducir los resultados negativos para quienes sufren de un trastorno por consumo de sustancias tóxicas”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Agradezco profundamente a todos los que participan de estos esfuerzos cruciales”.Este plan estratégico tiene por objeto continuar los logros del Centro de Comando de Opioides, así como implementar nuevas políticas para eliminar los obstáculos y desarrollar iniciativas adicionales tendientes a abordar la necesidad siempre cambiante de apoyo y recursos. Se consultó a las partes interesadas durante todo el proceso de desarrollo del plan para comprender los retos únicos que enfrentan las comunidades en Pennsylvania y los desarrolladores del plan analizaron la información periódicamente para supervisar la eficacia y determinar las necesidades según las áreas.Si bien los opioides siguen siendo una gran amenaza para la salud y la seguridad públicas, gran parte de las respuestas indicaban la necesidad de incluir otras sustancias que comúnmente se usan de manera indebida. Por consiguiente, el alcance del Centro de Comando de Opioides se ha ampliado más allá de los opioides para abarcar otras tendencias emergentes urgentes, como el uso de estimulantes y polisustancias, y otras que causan preocupación.El plan, que está disponible aquí, incluye cinco áreas de metas: prevención, rescate, tratamiento, recuperación y sostenibilidad.La prevención implica reducir el riesgo del uso indebido de sustancias a través de la educación y limitar la disponibilidad de sustancias adictivas, así como continuar los esfuerzos para reducir el estigma que produce el trastorno para que se vea como una enfermedad y no como una falla moral.Los esfuerzos de rescate se definen como el establecimiento de métodos sostenibles para aportar medidas que salvan vidas y aumentar el acceso a los servicios que reducen los daños.El tratamiento significa promover el acceso y reducir los obstáculos que enfrentan las personas, y apoyar a los profesionales que tratan a quienes sufren un trastorno por consumo de sustancias tóxicas.La recuperación implica la promoción de servicios de apoyo para personas en recuperación. Y la sostenibilidad incluye el trabajo que implementa políticas y regulaciones a largo plazo para sustentar las otras cuatro metas de prevención, rescate, tratamiento y esfuerzos de recuperación.“Incluso en medio de una pandemia nacional, la crisis de opioides ha continuado, y de alguna manera se ha convertido en un reto”, dijo la Secretaria de Salud Dra. Rachel Levine. “Nuestro compromiso para abordar la crisis de opioides sigue siendo firme para ayudar a las personas con la enfermedad de la adicción. Queremos que los afectados sepan que tienen ayuda a su disposición, que el tratamiento funciona y que la recuperación es posible”.“En nuestro carácter de Departamento de Programas de Drogas y Alcohol, nuestra meta principal es garantizar que todos los residentes de Pennsylvania tengan la oportunidad de vivir vidas saludables y libres de sustancias tóxicas”, dijo la Secretaria del DDAP, Jen Smith. “Mediante el desarrollo del Centro de Comando, el Gobernador Wolf ha brindado personal y recursos cruciales para ayudar a apoyar nuestro objetivo en medio de la epidemia de opioides. Esta hoja de ruta será un activo invaluable a medida que continuamos atravesando la epidemia y el aumento del uso de estimulantes”.View this information in English.center_img July 06, 2020last_img read more

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NBA Draft 2019 winners & losers: Pelicans, Grizzlies build bright futures; Suns, Wizards reach

first_imgIt’s two rounds of picks. This timeline is insane.First pick: 7:40 p.m. ET30th pick: 10:57 p.m. ETLast pick: 12:38 a.m. ET— Adi Joseph (@AdiJoseph) June 21, 2019Marvin BagleyMy man started one of the most random beefs in rap history with Damian Lillard and got roasted on draft night.Tough break. Going to need a response track in the next 24-48 hours.https://t.co/ZPv9kvIGSZ pic.twitter.com/SmWjwWKTsZ— Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) June 21, 2019 NBA DRAFT 2019:Grades, analysis for first-round picks | Trade rumor roundupNow that we know the final results of the 2019 NBA Draft, it’s time to declare a few early winners and losers. (Apologies in advance to all those poor Suns fans out there.)NBA Draft 2019 winnersNew Orleans PelicansExecutive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin is on a hot streak.Losing Anthony Davis was always going to be painful, but Griffin has managed to acquire perhaps the greatest return package in any superstar trade in NBA history. He added to his haul by flipping the No. 4 pick the Pelicans received from the Lakers into even more assets from the Hawks.Anthony Davis has turned into:- Lonzo Ball- Brandon Ingram- Josh Hart- No. 8 pick in 19- No. 17 pick in 19- No. 35 pick in 19- L.A.’ 21 pick if top 8- L.A.’ 22 pick if not- L.A. swap in 23- L.A.’ 1st in either 24 or 25And got rid of Solomon Hill’s contract.— Andrew Lopez (@_Andrew_Lopez) June 20, 2019The main prize of the Pels’ draft was obviously Williamson, but the Pelicans also snagged big man Jaxson Hayes at No. 8, forming one of the most athletic frontcourts in the league. Nickeil Alexander-Walker was a nice value pick at No. 17, the type of combo guard who could slide into the lineup with either Lonzo Ball or Jrue Holiday.Oh, and as if that wasn’t enough, New Orleans cleared a good portion of cap space after sending Solomon Hill’s contract to Atlanta. With plenty of flexibility and Zion as the cornerstone, the Pelicans could be something special in the near future.Memphis Grizzlies”Grit’N’Grind” will always be remembered fondly in Memphis, but that era is over. It’s time for the Grizz to embrace a youth movement.It all starts with Ja Morant, who owns the best court vision and passing ability in this draft class. He will face the daunting task of replacing franchise icon Mike Conley, but the talent is there.Morant will have some help from Jaren Jackson Jr. and Brandon Clarke, who was selected with the No. 21 pick, an absolute steal for Memphis. Clarke could have easily been off the board well before the 20s. A few teams might regret not betting on his considerable upside.The last two seasons have been rough for the Grizzlies (55-109 overall record). They won’t suddenly be a playoff team, but there is plenty of reason for hope with this group.“I’m just excited.”No. 2 pick Ja Morant (@igotgame_12) walks through his emotions with @JaredSGreenberg after being drafted by the @memgrizz. pic.twitter.com/I97Atgz45A— NBA TV (@NBATV) June 21, 2019Atlanta HawksGeneral manager Travis Schlenk isn’t shy about targeting the prospects he likes. He did it with Trae Young in 2018 and again with Hunter and Cam Reddish in this year’s draft.Consider the young core here: Young, Hunter, Reddish, John Collins and Kevin Huerter. Young, Collins and Huerter have already displayed their on-court chemistry. Hunter could be a superb “3-and-D” guy on this team, and it’s possible Atlanta unlocks Reddish’s considerable potential without the pressure of playing next to Williamson and Barrett hanging over him.The blueprint is working so far for Schlenk.Trades: TRADES, TRADES, TRADES, TRADES, TRADES, TRADES… EVERYBODY!NBA Draft 2019 losersPhoenix SunsPhoenix surprisingly salary-dumped TJ Warren before the draft, then pulled off the real stunner when it picked North Carolina’s Cameron Johnson at No. 11 following a trade with the Timberwolves.Johnson, one of the best pure shooters in this class, was projected as a late first-rounder in plenty of mock drafts. He is a solid player, but this felt like a massive reach by the Suns, especially considering Johnson (23) is older than Devin Booker (22). Phoenix would have been better off simply staying at No. 6 and choosing Jarrett Culver rather than sliding down a few picks and taking Dario Saric as part of the deal.But hey, at least we got this… “I’m getting chills.” @CobyWhite couldn’t contain his excitement when he heard his @UNC_Basketball teammate Cam Johnson was drafted No. 11! 🙌#NBADraft pic.twitter.com/oZq580yxKq— NBA TV (@NBATV) June 21, 2019Washington WizardsAnother reach in the lottery. Washington went with Rui Hachimura at No. 9, and the Gonzaga forward will have to answer a few questions in order to shake off any skepticism about this pick. Can he become a better passer? Is he capable of ironing out his jump shot? How limited will he be defensively?The bigger problem: The Wizards didn’t have a general manager for the draft, and free agency is fast approaching. This lack of communication is, uh, not great? Rui Hachimura told me that he didn’t meet with the Wizards before he was selected ninth. He didn’t speak to anyone from the team, either. This was just as surprising to him as anyone else.— Ben Mehic (@BenMehicNBA) June 21, 2019Bol BolOne of the more polarizing prospects in this class, Bol tumbled down the board to No. 44 because of concerns about his health, ability to be physical with such a slender frame (measured at 7-2, 208 pounds at the NBA Draft Combine) and overall passion for the game. His offensive skill and upside didn’t outweigh those concerns in the eyes of general managers.During his interview with ESPN’s Maria Taylor, Bol said he wants to “prove everybody wrong.” He’ll have his chance to silence any critics as a member of the Nuggets.Bol Bol “I want to prove everybody wrong” pic.twitter.com/OrGBTVK6Tx— gifdsports (@gifdsports) June 21, 2019Fans of quick draftsIf you cracked open a Tolstoy novel right before the draft began, chances are you reached the last page before NBA deputy commissioner Mark Tatum announced pick No. 60. The 2019 NBA Draft had all the elements of a great TV drama: compelling characters, sudden twists and the feeling that it had dragged on just a little bit too long.Zion Williamson, Ja Morant and RJ Barrett landed at the top of the NBA Draft board as expected, but the Hawks jumped up the order to select De’Andre Hunter at No. 4. That first domino kicked off a chain of trades and forced draft watchers to play close attention to which team was actually choosing the next player.last_img read more

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To whom did Edin Dzeko devote the Goal ? (video)

first_img(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba) In the last night’s victory of Roma over Carpi, Edin Dzeko broke his “fast” and scored a goal.His goal delighted fans of Roma, because our diamond scored for the leadership of his club.The match ended with the score 1: 3, and Dzeko devoted the goal to his daughter Una, who was born in early February.Take a look on the special goal of B&H diamond at the video.last_img

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