Jawad Abdu said, “to end the Heroin Epidemic we must learn to feel, deal and heal.”
Miss Community Clovia’s next ‘Listen Up The Barbershop Talks’ is Friday, December 16, 2016 at the VA Barber School located 1152 Wilkinson Road. This is a free event from 6:00 p.m -7:30 p.m. and if you can’t make it watch it on facebook live @99.3/105.7 Kiss Fm. What are triggers to using heroin or any substance? After all, there is a Heroin Epidemic in Richmond.
Jawad Abdu is the founder of Rebirth of Men educating inner-city communities about the real dangers of substance use and violence daily. Abdu spent 19 years in prison for his substance use disorder. Miss Community and her army of Ellery Lundy, Jerry Lee, Oludare Ogunde, and Jawad Abdu want to end the heroin that is terrorizing our families, communities, and places of worship.
Ending Heroin Epidemic in RVA: We Must Feel, Deal and Heal [AUDIO] was originally published on kissrichmond.com