As the opioid epidemic gains scope and complexity, it is increasingly important to use locally available data to inform a local response. Join the California Opioid Safety Network (COSN) for the second web forum in our series, “No Wrong Door for Opioid Safety: How to Build an Effective Response in Your Community.” Join us to learn about innovative approaches to using locally available data to describe local burden and create real-time responses to overdose events.

Registration for this event is free and closed captioning is available to all attendees.


Aliese Alter

Program Manager, Washington/Baltimore HIDTA

ODMAP (Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program)

Washington, DC

Aliese Alter is the ODMAP (Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program) Program Manager for the Washington/Baltimore HIDTA. In her role as Program Manager, she is responsible for the overall management of ODMAP, including outreach, program development, implementation and national partnerships. Aliese is responsible for interfacing with thousands of partners representing government,…

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Sadie Smith, MSW

Chief Program Officer, Behavioral Health

The Mosaic Group

Baltimore, MD

Sadie Smith, MSW, holds her Masters in Social Work with specializations in Community Organizing and Program Development. Since 2005, Sadie has worked across public and private sectors to advance communities and systems to improve the health and well-being of individuals.

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Matt Willis, MD, MPH

Clinical Lead

California Opioid Safety Network

San Rafael, CA

  • Public Health Officer, County of Marin, San Rafael, CA

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