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Falling Behind: Solving Oregon’s Addiction Crisis

A 2019 report from the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission found that Oregon “ranks among the most challenged states in the nation for substance abuse and mental health problems, while at the same time ranking among the worst states for access and engagement with care.” The National Survey on Drug Use and Health in 2017 found that Oregon ranked first nationwide in marijuana use and pain reliever misuse, second in methamphetamine use, fourth in cocaine use, and fourth in both alcohol use disorders and substance use disorders. Drug use among youth in Oregon is an area of particular concern, as Oregon…

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Falling Behind: Solving Oregon’s Addiction Crisis

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Strides for Social Justice

Just in time for Black History Month, PeaceHealth and the Eugene Marathon are collaborating on a new initiative that highlights the contributions, milestones and achievements of local Black residents, as …

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Designer Babies: Prospects and Problems

Designer babies, once found only in science fiction, have become a reality. We are entering a new era of human evolution with the advent of a technology called CRISPR, which …

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Members: Participate in Our Programs!

Now, City Club of Eugene members may ask questions of our program speakers. If you are a member and are available on weekdays, please sign up to participate. If you are not a member yet, please join us!

Afterward, stay online for a virtual social hour!

You don’t have to ask a question; just as in our in-person meetings, you can listen to others ask questions. The program tapings occur early in the week; when you sign up, you’ll receive an email with all the details.

These virtual Q&As won’t be the same as in-person discussions, but they continue our club’s tradition of members having the privilege of asking questions at our forums.