Our founder and Executive Director Colleen Ronnei discusses the availability of Naloxone in schools and more in this story from WCCO news about a bill that could make it happen.
In this interview with Gail Rosenblum of the Star Tribune, our Founder and Executive Director Colleen Ronnei discusses drawing strength from Brave Enough, the breadth of the opioid epidemic, and the genesis and mission of Change the Outcome.
In a powerful profile for the Star Tribune, Gail Rosenblum discusses Change the Outcome, life, and recovery with two of our long time Change the […]
CTO, like all schools during the pandemic, continues to educate students across the state of Minnesota. We are partnering with schools using “distant learning” to […]
This week we traveled to Duluth to put on several panels for the Duluth Community. To the students of Duluth East and Denfeld High Schools, thank you for all your support and for your open minds!
Thank you for inviting us, Duluth! Despite a lot of wins in the battle against the Opioid Epidemic, we’ve still got work to do. We’re glad our program can support your fight.
Menahga High School welcomed Change the Outcome for panel discussion this week.
On October 22nd Change the Outcome premiered its new documentary at the Twin Cities Film Festival. In attendance, among many supporters were Senator Tina Smith, Honorable Judge Marta Chou, and Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman.
We spent the summer months creating our new documentary. Now we’re back in the schools showing it to students and conducting our panel discussions. In the first 4 weeks of the 2018-19 school year, 1200 young adults watched the new film and participated in honest conversations about drug use in their communities!
Thanks to you… WE DID IT! Our first ever fundraiser was an overwhelming success! Your support and contributions allowed us to reach our fundraising goal […]