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Project Photo Gallery

CMREN engages in projects throughout each year, working in the community and on campus. Photos on this page demonstrate some of the work we do.

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FLITE Display November 2022

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FLITE Display March 2023

FSU BULLDAWG BONANZA Fall 2022 with APhA

FLITE Display September 2022

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Narcan Open Access Box
Big Rapids Community Library

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Angels of Action - Backpack Drive
March 2023

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Jonah Foundation - Backpack Drive
March 2023

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FSU Wellness U with APhA    February 2023

Aubrey, MiKayla and Cj Pack Lunches
Angels of Action 2022-23

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Angels of Action 2022-23

Newaygo FAN Launch April 27, 2023

An Evening With Taylor Duerr

Wednesday, April 19 and Thursday, April 20 were special days for the CMREN Community, as we hosted Taylor Duerr, a national award-winning boxer from Detroit, MI and the showing of his documentary 'We Can Be Heroes'. Tim Rabolt, of JBS International has a rich background at the national and federal levels working with Collegiate Recovery in higher education hosted a panel discussion with FSU students Cj Crabtree, Jordan Hiltunen, Aubrey Barwick, and MiKayla Althoff .  Kendall College of Art and Design students created artwork specific to the event. Special guests at the event included Anthony A.J. Ernst, of JBS International, and Mike Ramsdell, of Under the Hood Productions.  See full bios for Taylor Duerr and Tim Rabolt, along with descriptions of the artists' works and a list of program supporters:  

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Community Conversation: Tackling the Drug Crisis in our Community

May 19, 2023

Fifty-three community members attended this event to talk about what is currently available and what is needed. Keynote speaker, Linda Davis, Executive Director of Families Against Narcotics shared her experience and observations regarding the need reduce stigma and increase reasonable, affordable access to care. Expert panels addressed successes and challenges through the lens of law enforcement, and prevention, treatment, and recovery programs. Nine Information Tables provided current services. Community conversations identified needs. Attendees hope for another conversation opportunity such as this in the near future.

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Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery Panel Discussion

Law Enforcement Panel

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