Advisory Committee

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The South Dakota Department of Health has received a grant through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Prescription Drug Overdose: Data-Driven Prevention Initiative in response to the growing national problem of opioid drug abuse. As part of the grant, the Department of Health will be appointing a Prescription Opioid Abuse Advisory Committee to review opioid use data for the state and develop strategies for preventing prescription opioid misuse and abuse.

Advisory Committee Members

  • Lori Martinec, South Dakota Department of Health
  • Becky Heisinger, South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations
  • Sara DeCoteau, Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation
  • Margaret Hansen, South Dakota Board of Medical & Osteopathic Examiners
  • Mallie Kludt, Volunteers of America—Dakotas
  • Tiffany Wolfgang, South Dakota Department of Social Services
  • Charles McGuigan, South Dakota Office of the Attorney General
  • Kristen Carter, South Dakota Pharmacists Association
  • Dayle Knutson, Great Plains Indian Health Services
  • Tyler Laetsch, South Dakota Board of Pharmacy
  • Representative Taylor Rehfeldt, Sioux Falls
  • Dr. Erin Miller, South Dakota State University, College of Pharmacy & Allied Health Professions
  • Tosa Two Heart, Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board
  • Dr. Jennifer Ball, PharmD, BCACP, BCGP, South Dakota State University, Center for Family Medicine
  • Brian Mueller, Pennington County Sheriff’s Office
  • Jill Franken, Sioux Falls
  • Susan Kornder, Northeastern Mental Health Center
  • Mary Beth Fishback, Brookings Behavioral Health and Wellness
  • Jason Jones, Pierre Police Department
  • Jason Foote, Yankton Police Department
  • Dr. John Rounds, PT, Pierre Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
  • Dr. Melanie Weiss, OD, Weiss Eyecare Clinic

For more information about the advisory committee and upcoming meetings, visit the committee’s website.

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