Health, Equity, and Justice for People Who Use Drugs (Virtual Conference)
Date(s) - 07/07/2020
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Online - -
by the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute
(from event flyer) Transforming our Communities: Health, Equity, and Justice for People Who Use Drugs
Two-part kick-off event: June 22 & July 7, 2020, 9am-12:30pm
- Understand the perspectives of people who use drugs
with the goals of increasing insight and compassion so that services are both welcoming and impactful.
- Understand the importance of equitable access
to health care and other necessary services.
- Connect people within their communities
to build strong working relationships that strengthen capacity to deliver great care that is equitable and just.
- Build partnerships
to catalyze and energize ongoing regional and Statewide work.
- Walk away with fresh ideas
to improve practice to address the needs of people who use drugs in their community.
Intended for people with lived experience and those who serve them.
To protect your health these gatherings will be virtual. Virtual access to this conference will be available via Zoom.
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