Fraser Health hosts overdose crisis meeting in Fort Langley

Jan. 31 event an evening of compassionate learning about the overdose crisis

Learn how you can help combat the opioid overdose crisis at public event this Tuesday, Jan. 31.

Fraser Health is hosting “Compassion & Other Habits of the Heart: Bringing Hope to the Opioid Overdose Crisis” from 7 to 9 p.m. at St. George’s Anglican Church, 9160 Church St.

Join them for an evening of listening, learning and speaking about the opioid over crisis. Take home naloxone training and kits will be available.

The event is co-facilitated by Shelley Bradshaw, public health nurse with Fraser Health, and Mark Goheen, clinical specialist of mental health and substance use services with Fraser Health.

For more info, visit the “Langley Community Overdose Response” Facebook page, or towardtheheart.com.



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