Facing the Opioid Epidemic


Tuesday April 17


7:00 PM  –  8:30 PM

Community Conversations: Facing the Opioid Epidemic

Recently declared a “national public health emergency,” opioid-related deaths kill more people in Washington State than automobile accidents or firearms. Local responses range from providing police tools that counteract overdoses, to opening safe injection sites. Join Enrique Cerna as he moderates an important community conversation examining how King County can work to tackle the growing epidemic of opioid addiction. Presented in partnership with King County TV.

Complimentary childcare is available to those attending the program by advance registration for children ages 4 and up. Guardians must remain at MOHAI. Complete the childcare registration here.

MOHAI Members receive up to 2 General Public tickets priced at $5 each.

  • Membership discount is applied at checkout.
  • Members need to sign in! Click on the button in the upper right-hand corner of this page.
  • Need an account? Register here
  • To renew your MOHAI membership or for questions about your log-in, contact the Membership Department at membership@mohai.org, 206-324-1126 ext 194.
  • For questions about your ticket purchase or the event itself, contact the Public Programs Department at programs@mohai.org, 206-324-1126 ext 108.

 Cancellation Policy

  • Tickets purchased to museum programs may be returned for a full refund if cancelled with seven days advance notice. Contact programs@mohai.org or 206-324-1126 x108 to process a refund.
  • If you are unable to attend a program, you may transfer the ticket to another individual by forwarding them a copy of the e-ticket. Will Call tickets may be transferred within 2 days of the scheduled program by emailing programs@mohai.org with the order number, name on the order and the new name of individual picking up the order.

Ticketing Information

Please arrive at the museum at least 5 minutes prior to the program to ensure your seat. This is especially important for sold-out events where we will be assessing standby seating capacity just prior to the program, and may offer empty seats to patrons in the standby line. All late seating is subject to the discretion of the House Manager and/or the limitations of the specific program.