CAB Member Profiles
Learn more about each member of the Community Advisory Board: the region that they represent, their activities, their goals as a CAB member and more!
Community Advisory Board meeting schedule and recording
We schedule CAB meetings monthy for 2024. We choose different discussion topics based on the CAB members' interests.
Participant recruitment for our study is greatly aided by poster distribution at your organization and throughout your community. Click below to request posters.
Intervention Design Taskforce (IDT) Meetings and Materials
Click below to access more information about CAB's Intervention Design Taskforce (IDT), the work the team members are engaging in, and the development of the digital intervention.
The Grov app development
Keep updated with the progress on the Grov app development
CAB Newsletters, Trimonthly Meeting Recordings, and Forums
Click below to read and download the Community Advisory Board's official monthly newsletters and participate in our forums.
Understanding America’s opioid crisis
Learn more about where the crisis began, how it has developed, testimonials of opioid addictions, and how we can fight it here.
Appalachian counties eye leadership role in opioid fight
Addiction treatment specialists, social service providers, law enforcement personnel and county leaders come together to lead the way in solutions for the opioid crisis.
This group actively provides support for communities across the nation
Access to Rural EHE Digital Health Initiative Group
Leaders bring their lived experience or formal training in opioid addiction to bridge the gap between research and practice. The leaders have deep understandings about the challenges and resources in their community, and are at the forefront of connecting research team with community members. The leaders also contribute to developing important research questions in health domain and lead implementation of research.
Community members are active supporters of health research. The members share their community knowledge and experiences with academic researchers to achieve noticeable advancements in health research. The community members also contribute to hosting research in their local communities as well as contribute to developing collective knowledge and solutions to address prominent health issues in local communities.