Alexis Gomez, a Wright State graduate who gained popularity as a country singer on “American Idol” will perform at the event.
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At the summit the Nutter Center’s concourse will be filled with vendors offering services and resources to prevent and treat opioid addiction, according to WSU.
The DEA initiated its DEA 360 Strategy last year and implemented it in four cities struggling with the opioid crisis. The summit at Wright State comes after the DEA announced in July that Dayton would be among the next four cities selected for the program.
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