Bringing people together to save lives
2023 Fentanyl Awareness & Action Summit
Menti Poll Results
2022 Opioid Awareness Summit
Gone Too Soon Memorial Project for Opioid Awareness
Talking about opioids is difficult. Opioids take good people from their families. Opioid overdose can happen to your family, friends, neighbors, or coworkers. Maybe it already has.
We’re compiling stories to introduce these difficult discussions. We humbly ask you to share your stories as well.
We’ll display posters of those lost to opioids with dynamic descriptions of the person (i.e., Musician, Compassionate). We would be honored to have you and your loved ones help us educate people on the dangers of opioids and to prevent future overdoses.
If you are interested in helping and sharing your loved one’s story, download the SCOC Permission Form and email it to Amber Arif at [email protected]. Permission must come from next of kin (i.e., parent, spouse).
- Map and List of Safe Medication Disposal Kiosks
- Get Sacramento County opioid use data
- Discover a local Harm Reduction Center: Gender Health Center, Harm Reduction Services, Golden Rule Services, SANE
- Map of Harm Reduction Services and Community Services
- List of Community Based Agencies
- Apply for a Naloxone (Narcan) grant for your agency