Where there is breath,
there is hope
Last year, overdose death killed more Americans than in the entire 20 years of the Vietnam war.
Safe consumption spaces (SCSs) have been saving lives around the world for over 30 years.
Safe consumption spaces reduce overdose death, public drug use & discarded needles, and the spread of diseases such as HIV & HEP C. They increase referrals to detox and treatment programs and save taxpayers money.
For these reasons and more, Seattle is saying YES to SCS
Wondering how you can help now? Send a letter to the Seattle City Council and Mayor Jenny Durkan to demand action NOW.
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