The Schreiber Research Group (TSRG) is dedicated to solving complex problems by offering research findings and consulting services to enhance public health policy and management for addiction-prone substances.
TSRG, founded in 2018, consists of experts in policy, healthcare, data science, economics, and project management. TSRG is known for in-depth and rigorous work that applies research findings to on-the-ground collaborations with public health departments. Building on existing funded partnerships with the public health departments in rural and urban Colorado counties, TSRG has seen considerable growth and hopes this will continue with your support.
August 2, 2021
To Whom It May Concern at Colorado Gives,
Colorado Rural Health Center (CRHC) has worked with The Schreiber Research Group (TSRG) for a little over a year now. Our main efforts together have concerned applying to and implementing a HRSA Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) Planning grant. Terri Schreiber reached out to CRHC to partner on this opportunity in order to ensure that she was incorporating the voices of rural Colorado communities on this important subject. Throughout the whole process, Terri and her team were communicative, thoughtful, and thorough in their planning and execution. Terri meets with strategic partners and asks pointed questions to gather relevant information that she can incorporate in her work. She asks for feedback from all stakeholders and is collaborative in her vision for improving needed services for substance and opioid use disorders in Colorado.
The work that TSRG does for the opioid crisis and patients experiencing substance and/or opioid use disorders is an invaluable asset to the community. CRHC looks forward to our continued partnership with TSRG, both to build upon the work that has been accomplished and to collaborate on future opportunities that pertain to the health of rural Colorado communities.
CEO, Colorado Rural Health Center
July 31, 2021
RE: Colorado Cares, The Schreiber Research Group Testimonial
To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing this letter to express Otero County Health Department's (OCHD) full support of the The Schreiber Research Group's (TSRG) for Colorado Gives dollars.
OCHD has been privileged to partner with TSRG and Pueblo County Public Health on a one-year HRSA planning grant to reduce opioid misuse and overdoses locally. TSRG was the backbone of this grant as they produced a Community Needs Assessment and Gaps Analysis specific to Otero and Crowley Counties. Their work provided an in-depth look into opioid misuse in our community as well as a road map for prevention and reduction over time. It cannot be overstated that the work TSRG has done to assist not just our health department but the community at large would absolutely not have been possible otherwise. We are a rural community with extremely limited resources - especially around data collection and analysis. TSRG's attention to detail, eagerness to understand our community and willingness to provide a service that simply is not available locally was much needed, appreciated and is already being utilized to save lives in our community.
The Community Needs Assessment and Gaps Analysis acts as the backbone of our opioid work in Otero and Crowley Counties. From TSRG's findings, our community coalition developed a 3-year strategic plan to address opioid misuse locally. We are eager to see what the next few years brings and continually grateful to TSRG for providing us with the foundational work to better understand how to help our community and prevent further deaths from opioid overdose.
Please accept Otero County Health Department's passionate support of TSRG's during Colorado Gives fundraising and reach out if you have further questions.
CTC Program Director
Otero County Health Department
July 28, 2021
To whom it may concern-
This is a letter of support for The Schreiber Research Group (TSRG). The San Luis Valley Area Health Education Center has had the pleasure of working with TSRG for the last year in a collaborative effort to assess the needs of Conejos County regarding substance use and abuse. TSRG has been instrumental in providing guidance, encouragement and support as community stakeholders explore options in prevention, treatment and recovery for community members and their family on substance abuse concerns. TSRG has shown expertise in coalition building, listening to issues as they arise, and providing direction in problem solving solutions to the community's concerns.
The San Luis Valley Area Health Education Center has made substance abuse and evolving solutions a priority over the last 7 years by participating in coalitions, providing education for medical providers and community members, and starting 2 rural harm reduction programs in the San Luis Valley.
I look forward to our continued work with TSRG in seeking alternative approaches and funding for the substance use concerns expressed by the Conejos County citizens.
Charlotte Ledonne, RN, BSN, MA, LPC
It was a simple introduction between two colleagues over a Microsoft Alumni meeting. My offer to help with Technology Consulting led to a more fruitful two-way engagement. In fact, in the end, we got more help in return than what we offered by helping TSRG. TSRG helped us help them. SpringTransits helps women find confidence in themselves to come back to the workforce. We are always on the lookout for real problems to solve to help make the experience real for our team. TSRG offered us this opportunity and with it, patience, empathy, and willingness to invest effort and time. I'm very proud to be associated with Terri and her organization TSRG and looking forward to continued engagement and contributions to both organizations.