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Community Activation Event

Richmond Addiction Services Society

Saturday, February 3, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PST)

Community Activation Event

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O.P.E.N., the Overdose Prevention and Education Network, coordinated by RASS, is a network created in response to the current opioid crisis in Richmond. We are inviting participation from the Richmond community to this event to put forward an action plan that can be presented to the city as our collective response to this crisis. 

We invite you to come share your voice, your ideas, and your thoughts about your views on the opioid and overdose crisis afflicting your community. 

This is a free event open to all ages as well as all members of the Richmond community

**Lunch will be provided so your registration is greatly appreciated**

***Childminding will be available by request, please email 'info@richmondaddictions.ca' if needed***

Thank you,

The RASS Team

www.richmondaddictions.ca

 



RASS would like to thank and acknowledge some fantastic members from some great partner organizations that helped out in the coalition as well as being our partners to put on the Community Activation Event. 

Thank you to:

**BCEHS, Pathways Clubhouse, RCMP,  Richmond Public Library The City of Richmond, The Salvation Army, Touchstone Family Association,Turning Point Recovery Society, Vancouver Coastal Health, VANDU**


Have questions about Community Activation Event? Contact Richmond Addiction Services Society

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Richmond Public Library, Brighouse Branch
7700 Minoru Gate
#100
Richmond, BC V6Y 1R8
Canada

Saturday, February 3, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PST)


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Richmond Addiction Services Society

Richmond Addiction Services Society is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing expertise in preventing and treating addictions in our community. Since 1975, RASS has been a proud member of the Richmond community and has always set out to establish healthy and safe living for individuals and families in our community.  All funds will be directed to counselling and prevention programs which need extra financial support.

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