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Overdose on the Peninsula: The Crisis is Here

On June 5, come join a conversation for local solutions to the overdose crisis.

Your perspective will inform the South Surrey/White Rock Overdose Community Action Team’s substance use and overdose strategies to end the crisis. This group provides focused, multi-sectoral action-oriented strategies that are inclusive of all partners and tailored to community needs.*

When Where
Wednesday June 5, 2019 White Rock Community Centre (15154 Russell Ave.)
Food and Refreshments Dialogue
6:00 PM 6:30-8:30 PM

Free naloxone kits will be available for attendees.

Seating is limited. Register Online at Eventbrite or phone 604-542-4064 to reserve your spot.

*The South Surrey/White Rock Overdose Community Action Team is comprised of many local organizations and community members, including but not limited to: White Rock-South Surrey Division of Family Practice, Fraser Health, Ministry of Children and Family Development, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, BC Emergency Health Services, City of Surrey, City of White Rock, Alexandra House, Peace Arch Hospital Foundation, and SOURCES.

Territorial Acknowledgement

We would like to recognize that this event will take place on the unceded and traditional lands of the Coast Salish people, particularly the Semiahmoo First Nation.

Accessibility

Free parking is available underground and at the street level/plaza. The venue is wheelchair accessible. If you have any accessibility needs, please contact us in advance of the event at 604-542-4064.