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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Opioid Forum in Pittsville January 25, 2018

“Taking Back Our Community” Opioid Forum to be held in Pittsville

A “Taking Back Our Community” opioid forum will be held on January 25, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Pittsville Fire Department at 7442 Gumboro Rd., Pittsville, MD. This is the third in a series of community forums being held around the county to share with residents what is happening at the county level to combat the opioid crisis in Wicomico County. Community members will also be given the opportunity to ask questions and share what they feel needs to be done.

This event includes a free Narcan training for community members ages 18 and older, immediately following the community discussion. Those completing the training will be given a Narcan kit.

The opioid crisis has touched the lives of many in our community. The public is encouraged to be part of the solution to the opioid situation in Wicomico County by participating in this forum.

For more information about the forum or the training, please call 410-334-3480.


Anonymous said...

how about frre epi pens for the people that really need help.!! any hey,dont put rat posioning in your body.just saying.

Anonymous said...

Why pander to those idiots,why not just let them kill themselves.That would solve two problems,first we would be rid of lowlife piece of garbage and second it would set an example for anyone stupid enough to want to try heroin.

Anonymous said...

how about the forum be called pick your own funeral will save the families the trouble.

Anonymous said...

I know more than a couple of people from pittsville who gave up heroin for a better life. (NO THANKS TO Y'ALL WHO JUST WANT THEM DEAD) do y'all remember the saying "it takes a village" or does that go out the window when it gets a little tough? SMH I hope no one throws a stone at your glass house!!! This is an epidemic. So im curious do y'all feel the same way about the old lady who takes opiates from there doctor?