Everybody uses drugs. Whether alcohol, antihistamines, or heroin, all of us put substances into our bodies to make us feel better sometimes. Join us for a community dialogue with Dr. Gabor Maté, members of the Downtown East community who have experienced poverty and homelessness, and service providers, on topics ranging from trauma, well being, and self medication; stigma, discrimination, and criminalization; poverty, gentrification, and services; and harm reduction.
When: Saturday June 8th from 12pm Sharp to 2pm
Where: All Saint’s Church, 315 Dundas E
Space is limited and will be first come first serve. Priority will be given to people who are home- less, under-housed or experiencing poverty. Space is wheelchair accessible. Food, refreshments, and childcare will be provided. This is a FREE event.
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