Judge Debbrecht Switalski has…become a game-changer for the prescription and illicit drug epidemic. She has more clinical and scientific acumen in opioid pain and addiction medicine than 95% of current practicing physicians.
Daniel A. Schwarz, MD, Chief Medical Officer at JAS Genetics, LLC.
“Judge Jodi puts the HERO in HEROIN…”is one grieving mother’s description of Jodi Debbrecht Switalski’s efforts to stem the drug epidemic that is dismantling America.“…she is a WARRIOR.”
As a former metro Detroit felony prosecutor with a perfect trial record involving mostly violent crimes,
Jodi has witnessed first-hand the devastating effects surrounding interpersonal violence and substance abuse and dependency within our families, our children, and our communities.
Appointed by the governor to the bench in 2010, Jodi immediately became a leader in the fight against synthetic drugs and the opioid epidemic in Michigan.
Among numerous other endeavors, she was recognized for her distinguished service and contributions to Michigan’s State Drug Treatment Court Advisory Committee in the Legislative Council and founded the nationally recognized North Oakland County Veterans Treatment Court. She is proud to have contributed as a consultant to the 2016 PBS documentary, “Invisible Wounds,” which focuses on veterans and PTSD. She was unanimously selected to receive the statewide, first ever “Integrity in Our Communities” Award and began a not-for-profit called RADEO, the Regional Anti-Drug Education and Outreach organization, which achieved state and regional accolades.
In July of 2016, Jodi assumed a partnership role with The Stutman Switalski Group LLC. She also continues to practice law in a highly respected metro Detroit law firm specializing in litigation and medical malpractice.
Jodi was a featured speaker at the 2016 International Conference on Opioids at Harvard Medical School, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, and recently selected as a panelist for Boston University’s SCOPE of Pain national training program for doctors and other medical professionals. She delivers more than 100 presentations annually to medical and legal professionals, schools, communities and numerous other organizations; performs at least as many consulting engagements and has numerous publications to her credit including the recent, “Your Name is on the Bottle.”
The Stutman Switalski Group is the nation’s premier speaking and consulting organization committed to developing a plan-of-action to reverse the most devastating drug epidemic in American history.