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September 30, 2021 at 5:30 PM - Virtual Meeting - Zoom
Join us for a M110 community forum in celebration of National Recovery Month!
During the month of September we are celebrating National Recovery Month, a time to increase awareness about Oregon's addiction crisis and celebrate recovery. Unite Oregon and the Health Justice Recovery Alliance are partnering for the implementation process of Measure 110, Oregon's new law. Together we are committed to ensuring that everyone has equitable access to the healing services they need in their recovery journey and that we are centering the folks most harmed by the war on drugs.
Later this month, we will be hosting a community forum regarding this new law and are inviting our community members to join us! Service providers from across the state will share about how they are using Measure 110 emergency grant funding to extend services in their communities, from providing housing assistance to expanding harm reduction services. We will discuss rights under the law and what new resources are available, as well as provide an overview about Behavioral Health Resource Networks and the upcoming OHA grant process for funding. Sign up below to join us. Looking forward to seeing you all there!