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Gone but not Forgotten

Hi folks... August is almost here. We are working hard to make our first ever Overdose Awareness Walk a success in the Quad-Cities. Wanted to let you know the shirts are in and ready to order. We have Adult sizes S-M-Lg. and X-Lg. available. We were not able to order kids sizes this year. They were not available from the printer. However, please bring the kiddies. We welcome them to our walk. I will work on having kids sizes for next year. I also want to add that these shirt sizes run big so no worries getting one that fits! The cost for each shirt will be 8.00 dollars.

Gone but not Forgotten

Margaret Alexanders first of three banners of our beloved children lost to overdose. They are gone but not forgotten. Drug addiction is an illness...not a moral failing. We need a 911 Good Samaritan Law in the state of Iowa. The time for change is now!

Good Samaritan 911 Campaign

The Broken No More Campaign is raising Awareness about California's 911 Good Samaritan Law. We need a similar law in Iowa. A brief description of the law can be found at the link below.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/don-t-run-and-let-a-friend-die-call-911

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FDA Expands Access to Overdose Antidote to Stem Opiate Addiction Epidemic

The FDA approved the first auto-injecting version of Naloxone, which reverses the effects of opioids that bind to receptors on the brain and trigger narcotic effects on the body, including slowing breathing and lowering blood pressure.

National Partners

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Denise Cullen is a supporter of the Quad Cities Oversode Awareness Walk. Her contact information and links to the websites below will guide you to both the GRASP support community and the Broken No More non-profit.

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