Director of Community Programs
Community Medical Services
Michael White has worked in the field of substance abuse for more than 8 years along with 2 years in family services. White graduated from Arizona State University with a Master’s in Criminal Justice. Michael specializes in program development between community agencies and judicial systems and has developed, implemented, and supported the integration of medication-assisted treatment into county and state correctional facilities located in Alaska, Arizona, Montana, and North Dakota.
White has been successful at developing a collective impact model to support system partners who historically did not coordinate with MAT. His experience includes working within family courts and the state Department of Child Safety, and obtaining resources for pregnant women who are struggling with substance use disorders. Michael is a national presenter in the areas of collective impact as an effective tool for the continuum of care, pregnancy, and opioid dependence, along with utilizing medication-assisted treatment for incarcerated offenders.
Wednesday, April 24
10:15 AM – 11:30 AM