As a part of our ongoing A Way Forward series examining solutions to Kentucky’s drug addition epidemic, we’d like to welcome you to two events we’re hosting this summer.
Our goal is to provide families with information on how to deal with addiction and how Kentuckians can find a way to solve this crisis — together.
You are invited to attend these events:
“Do No Harm” documentary screening, underwritten by Find Help Now KY
AMC Stonybrook 20, 2745 S. Hurstbourne Parkway, Louisville
7:30 p.m. Movie screening, followed by a Q&A with Courier Journal reporter Laura Ungar, who was interviewed in the film.
Tickets to the screening and Q&A are $12 and available only at bit.ly/2IDDDzq.
A Way Forward addiction panel discussion, underwritten by Find Help Now KY
Spalding University’s Columbia Gym auditorium, 824 S. Fourth St., Louisville
5:30-6:30 p.m. Information fair and naloxone training
Information fair participants: Centerstone, Find Help Now KY, The Healing Place, Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and, Wellness, Louisville Metro Police Department, The Morton Center, Our Lady of Peace, Renew Recovery, Spalding University, Young People in Recovery
6:30-8:30 p.m. Panel discussion addressing questions about prevention, recovery and solutions to our addiction epidemic, moderated by Laura Ungar, Courier Journal investigative reporter.
- Terry Bunn, University of Kentucky, Find Help Now KY
- Tiffany Cole-Hall, Volunteers of America Addiction, HIV and Homeless/Housing Services, Spalding University School of Social Work
- Tara Mosely, Young People in Recovery
- Sgt. Paul Neal, Louisville Metro Police Department, Narcotics Unit
- Dr. Charles Noplis, Renew Recovery
- Stacy Usher, Eastern Kentucky Operation UNITE Service Corps
- Maurice Washington, Chad’s Hope Teen Challenge