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December 2, Contact: Desiree Evans Phone: The conference, subtitled Working with the Red Republican Allies, Blood and Heartwill bring together nonprofit organizations, advocacy groups, policy makers, public health officials, and concerned citizens from across the South and the nation, alongside Southern politicians and law enforcement officers, to discuss harm reduction and drug policy and its implications for Southern communities.
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Currently WWAV is spreading information about how drug overdoses can be prevented and collecting stories to support the passage of Good Samaritan laws.
If passed in Louisiana, it could encourage witnesses of an overdose to call emergency services without fear of legal repercussions. Advocates will discuss how syringe decriminalization and other evidenced-based interventions could have a major impact on curbing rates in Louisiana and across the South.
McLemore authored a forthcoming report, which documents the devastating effects of the lack of health and harm reduction services for drug users in New Orleans. Conference organizers are encouraging public officials, health and wamt providers, community organizations, and all interested community members to see the conference as an opportunity to learn more about harm reduction and drug policy reform work in New Orleans, the South and across the Adult fun Gepp Arkansas. For further information on this event or related topics, or to Wives want sex tonight LA New orleans 70113 an interview with Women With a Vision irleans other conference organizers, please call or send an email to desiree wwav-no.
WWAV is a community-based non-profit working to improve the lives of marginalized women, their families, and communities by addressing the social conditions and punitive policies that hinder their health and well-being. WWAV accomplishes this through relentless advocacy, health education, supportive services, and community-based participatory research.
NCHRC engages in grassroots advocacy, resource development, coalition building and direct services for those made vulnerable by drug use, sex work, overdose, immigration status, gender, STIs, HIV and hepatitis.
NCHRC also provides resources and support to the law enforcement, public health and provider communities. Contact Blog Donate Store.
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