Project Safe Audience presents: Safer Substance Use for Youth

Project Safe Audience presents: “Safer Substance Use for Youth” – A free training for youth ages 13-25 to come together and learn from a harm reduction lens about safer use of substances, administering Naloxone, overdose prevention, and take home their very own Naloxone kit and safer use supplies at no cost! Snacks and bus tokens will be provided upon request.

March 28, 2020 from 1:30-4:30pm for ages 13-25 at 231 Isabel

Spots are limited, to register please contact:  chance@spenceneighbourhood.org – Call/Text: (204) 451-2455

About Project Safe Audience (PSA): PSA is a harm reduction initiative based out of Winnipeg. Our project focuses on providing services to the community to mitigate the risks individuals take while participating in rave activities. We hope to provide a safe environment for everyone regardless of if they choose to take substances or not.

[Photo ID: Event poster with a black background, a disco ball in the top corner with decorative circles and squiggly pink and yellow lines.  Text reads: Project Safe Audience: Safer Substance Use for Youth.  Receive training, harm reduction, and take home safer use supplies.  March 28, 2020 from 1:30-4:30pm for ages 13-25 at 231 Isabel Street, Central Hub.  Safer use supplies, Naloxone kits, snacks and bus tokens provided. Spots are limited, to register contact: Chance: Chance@Spenceneighbourhood.org – Call/Text (204) 451-2455
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