2020 No More Drug War & End Overdose Legislative Awareness Day

Civic NYC • 28 January 2020
Event date 26 Feb '20 10:00 am - 03:00 pm
Event location Empire State Plaza • 100 S Mall Arterial, Albany, 12242, NY, United States
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On February 26th, join New Yorkers all across the state in Albany for the 2019 End the Drug War Legislative Awareness Day.
We are providing transportation from NYC and Western New York. Please register to reserve your seat and learn more information.

New York State Is in Crisis
Overdose now takes the lives of more New Yorkers than homicides, traffic accidents, and suicides combined, and we are losing someone to a fatal overdose every six hours. Every community across New York State have been impacted by this devastating crisis.

What Can We Do?
We can end overdose in New York by leading with compassion, following the evidence, and leveraging resources towards vital public health and harm reduction programs. New York has been a leader in responding to the opioid crisis in the past through expanding access to naloxone and other service, but we need much more from our state to end overdose!

For More information and immediate questions please call Jawanza at 917-488-4961 | jawanza@vocal-ny.org

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Upcoming in 1 week Add to Calender 2020-02-26 15:00:00 2020-02-26 15:00:00 2020 No More Drug War & End Overdose Legislative Awareness Day On February 26th, join New Yorkers all across the state in Albany for the 2019 End the Drug War Legislative Awareness Day. We are providing transportation from NYC and Western New York. Please register to reserve your seat and learn more information. New York State Is in Crisis Overdose now takes the lives of more New Yorkers than homicides, traffic accidents, and suicides combined, and we are losing someone to a fatal overdose every six hours. Every community across New York State have been impacted by this devastating crisis. What Can We Do? We can end overdose in New York by leading with compassion, following the evidence, and leveraging resources towards vital public health and harm reduction programs. New York has been a leader in responding to the opioid crisis in the past through expanding access to naloxone and other service, but we need much more from our state to end overdose! For More information and immediate questions please call Jawanza at 917-488-4961 | jawanza@vocal-ny.org Empire State Plaza America/New_York public Economic Justice Racial Justice #criminaljusticereform