On Wednesday, nurses, doctors, social workers, and other front-line health care workers and volunteers got together for a day of actions, including setting up information booths across the city. Their goal? To show their support for supervised consumption spaces (SCSs) and to answer Seattleites’ questions about how SCSs save lives.
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More than a dozen medical and health care workers will host public information booths at various Seattle locations during TOMORROW’s morning and afternoon rush hour to highlight the lifesaving benefit of creating a safe consumption space (SCS) program in the City of Seattle...