Gov Matt Bevin urges all Kentuckians to learn more about opioid addiction and respond effectively and compassionately to persons with opioid addiction and their families. See the attached press release and visit the website at www.DontLetThemDie.com.
Take time to walk for recovery! The Northern Kentucky Hates Heroin is just a couple weeks away! Register today!
The Heroin Impact Response is December 12, at 6:30 p.m. at STE TECH (old METS Center off Mineola Pike). Register (free at) https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-road-to-recovery-tickets-29877303820
To make it easier for citizens of the Commonwealth to dispose of their expired or unwanted medications, both prescription and over-the-counter, prescription drop boxes are available across Kentucky. There are now 198 locations in 116 counties, with sites being added daily. Citizens can search by county for the closest to them by visiting the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy website at http://odcp.ky.gov/Pages/
Generation Found Showing! A film about one community’s response to addiction treatment and recovery. Hosted by PAR of NKY. October 6th, 7:30 p.m., Regal Theatre, Wilder, KY – Promoted by NKY People Advocating Recovery.
Updated NKYHH Resource Guide: NKY Hates Heroin has a recently updated addiction resources guide. Visit their website to view the database: http://nkyhatesheroin.com/Downloads/NKYHatesHeroinResourceGuide01-05-2015.pdf,
PAR – Upcoming Overdose Response Training; Covington Library April 23rd 12-4 at the Health and Recovery Fair.
PAR Recovery Summit 2016! April 30th at the Life Learning Center, Covington, Ky. Register at Recovery Summit 2016! Tickets are limited so please register today.