The Heroin/Opioid epidemic is more than politics, policy but a people’s issue. The epidemic is impacting our children, families, communities, and public safety. In other words, we have a public health emergency in Virginia.
The Barbershop is the platform to disseminate information. Team Rolling For Freedom-R4F, the Broken Men Foundation and Project Give Back to Community offer recovery solutions to this epidemic that has no color, social status or pay scale. All are affected by this crisis.
Elected officials will meet those in recovery and the community at the Barbershop Talk, One Community of Solutions on Friday, June 30, 2017 from 6:00 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. at Ronn Cutts Barbershop located 1315 West Broad in Richmond, VA. This is a free event so get there early because space is limited.
Special guest include Attorney and Delegate Jeff Bourne (District 71), Henrico Sheriff Mike Wade, Henrico East Jail and candidate for Virginia governor Ed Gillespie.
Heroin/Opioid Epidemic Sees No Race or Social Status in VA was originally published on kissrichmond.com