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When:
September 2, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
2021-09-02T17:00:00-07:00
2021-09-02T18:30:00-07:00
Where:
Downtown City Plaza
10 N Virginia St
Reno
NV 89501
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Join Together Northern Nevada
775-324-7557

International Overdose Awareness Day Washoe County Event

September 2, 2021 | 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Winfield Park in Reno | Speakers at 5:30 PM
Meet at the Believe Sign in City Plaza at 5:00 PM to join us for a walk of remembrance to Wingfield Park. Attendees will be invited to share messages of hope and recovery.

FREE NARCAN FOR ATTENDEES

Empty Shoes to End Overdose 
As part of International Overdose Awareness Day attendees care invited to bring a photo pf a loved one lost to overdose and a pair of shoes to symbolize their absence in the world. The names will be read aloud at  the ceremony and a bell will be rung in their honor. Shoes may be collected by participants after the event or left behind and donated to people seeking recovery from a substance use disorder.
International Overdose Awareness Day is recognized around the world as a day to acknowledge individual loss and family grief for people who have suffered an overdose.

For questions, call us at 775-324-7557 or email outreach@jtnn.org.
International Overdose Awareness Day Washoe County Event September 2, 2021 | 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Winfield Park in Reno | Speakers at 5:30 PM Meet at the Believe Sign in City Plaza at 5:00 PM to join us for a walk of remembrance to Wingfield Park. Attendees will be invited to share messages of hope and recovery. FREE NARCAN FOR ATTENDEES Empty Shoes to End Overdose  As part of International Overdose Awareness Day attendees care invited to bring a photo pf a loved one lost to overdose and a pair of shoes to symbolize their absence in the world. The names will be read aloud at  the ceremony and a bell will be rung in their honor. Shoes may be collected by participants after the event or left behind and donated to people seeking recovery from a substance use disorder.  International Overdose Awareness Day is recognized around the world as a day to acknowledge individual loss and family grief for people who have suffered an overdose. For questions, call us at 775-324-7557 or email outreach@jtnn.org.

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