401 New York Ave NW
Join the Humanities Truck, HIPS, and Deeds of Kindness on July 12th from 6:00 PM-8:00 PM at First Tabernacle Beth El (401 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001) for arts and crafts, a meal, testimonial gathering, and an open dialogue on how opioids and overdoses are affecting our community.
Food by Kita Marie’s Kitchen, opioid overdose reversal and harm reduction training, and Narcan will be included! Deeds of Kindness will have PPE, men’s and women’s clothing, and other essentials. No cost.
All voices, perspectives, and stories are welcome.
What is harm reduction? Check out the, “Meeting People Where They’re At: Harm reduction as a practice, philosophy, and movement”, Humanities Truck web exhibit for a brief overview of the history of harm reduction and reflections from the Community Conversations. Visit HIPS.org for more information on harm reduction in DC and their services.