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Owning Our Story: about the overdose epidemic

By Donna DiMichele | January 5, 2018

[Owning Our Story]

Come Be a Part of a Powerful Evening to Rewrite the End to Rhode Island’s Overdose Epidemic

Owning Our Story: About the Overdose Epidemic

The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) and Creating Outreach About Addiction Support Together (COAAST) will be hosting a FREE, community event called Owning Our Story: About the Opioid Overdose Epidemic on Monday, January 15 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Providence . This special event will feature TED-style Talks, testimonials, and an adaptation of COAAST’s “Four Legs to Stand On.”

COAAST is a Rhode Island-based organization that is working to end the opioid overdose epidemic through arts-based educational performances and events. The organization specializes in drama therapy, which is the use of drama and theatre processes to achieve therapeutic goals. More information is available at coaast.org.

Speakers include:

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View the Owning Our Story Facebook event at bit.ly/OOS-RI, or call 401-598-6061 for more information.

The event is open to the public.  Appropriate for ages 13+

Libraries are hubs of community engagement and sources of trusted information. Please share information about this event with your community.

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