Foundation News

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Three doctors serving on the foundation's medical advisory committee were recently named Minnesota Monthly's Best … [read more]

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Date: Thursday, October 6 Time: 6:15 - 8:15 p. m. Location: Fountain Centers in Rochester – 4122 18th Ave. N.W. … [read more]

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Watch the Georgetown University national heroin and opioid event LIVE in Washington D.C. The event … [read more]

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Fundraiser for Steve Rummler Foundation and Community discussion to raise awareness to the epidemic of addiction and … [read more]

In The News

These opioid deactivation pouches are being distributed so individuals may easily dispose of their unused opioids at home. Dr. Charles Reznikoff, board member of the Steve Rummler Hope Foundation, discusses the drug bruprenorphine. Also mentioned are the actions federal agencies have recently taken.

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The Star Tribune 09/24/2016

Officer Chuck Beery, of the Montevideo’s Police Department, was able to revive an overdose victim with the life saving drug naloxone. Shelly Elkington of Montevideo and a board member of the Steve Rummler Hope Foundation initially approached Police Chief Adam Christopher about equipping and training the department. Lexi Reed Holtum, executive director of the Steve Rummler Hope Foundation, comments on changing the stigma attached to helping addicts.

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The West Central Tribune 09/20/2016

Upcoming Events

  1. Prescriber Education Lecture Series

    October 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  2. Founders of the Foundation Present in Minneapolis, MN

    October 5 @ 7:15 am - 9:00 am
  3. Naloxone Training: Rochester

    October 6 @ 6:15 pm - 8:15 pm