Elder Randall, former substance user, has been clean for 21 years and how did he do it? But, he still has triggers and what are they?
Join Miss Community Clovia, Richmond Behavioral Health Authority and Radio One for the ‘Listen Up The Barbershop Talks’ this Friday from 6:00pm-7:30pm at the VA Barber School 1152 Wilkinson Rd. This is a free event so arrive early. If you can’t join us follow us on face book @99.3/105.7 Kiss Fm
Over 2.5 million Americans suffer from opioid use disorder, which contributed to over 28,000 overdose deaths in 2014.
In Richmond, Virginia the use of opioids, in particular heroin, threatens our homes and communities on a daily basis. As awareness builds, many are left struggling to find a solution. Listen Up Barbershop Talks has become a catalyst for just that.
For an hour and a half Barbershop Talks, sponsored by the Richmond Behavioral Health Authority, sets the table for open conversation with African-American men to discuss the truth about the heroin epidemic. Participants speak candidly about their struggles with addiction. They fill the room with vivid illustrations about what led them to the drug and what steps they’ve taken to overcome it.
Family, Community Be Mindful Of Heroin Triggers This Holiday Season was originally published on kissrichmond.com