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When:  December 4, 2016,  7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Where:  Church of Our Savior 65 E. Hollister Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45219 Admission is free and the event is open to the public. The second annual “Their Lives Remembered” memorial service is for anyone who has felt the pain of loss from addiction. The memorial is held during the holiday season when difficulties and pain are magnified for many people. Although it is held at the Church...

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Cincinnati city council is taking steps to explore options for funding a one-to-one needle exchange in Cincinnati. According to an article by Terry De Mio on Cincinnati.com, the main factor that motivated city council member Chris Seelbach to seek action is the recent dangerous spread of the hepatitis C virus (HCV). Thanks to a motion initiated by Seelbach, city administrators will issue a report outlining the options available to...

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Help Save Our Savior

Help Save Our Savior


Posted By on Oct 9, 2016

What:  Clean & Paint Party (Food & Refreshments Provided) When:  Saturday, October 22 (9 a.m – 6 p.m.) Where: Church of Our Savior, 65 E. Hollister Street, Cincinnati, OH 45219 (Mt. Auburn) Our friends at The Church of Our Saviour need help to clean and paint their newly repaired church. The entire flooring was replaced and several large repairs were made after major flood damage from recent rains. Now that the heavy...

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BrightView Open House

BrightView Open House


Posted By on Oct 6, 2016

What:  BrightView Open House When:  Friday, October 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. Where:  6527 Colerain Avenue Website:  www.brightviewhealth.com   Last month, BrightView, a local addiction resource center, announced the official opening of their second location at 6527 Colerain Avenue in Cincinnati. The Colerain facility is holding an open house on October 14. All are welcome to come see the 6,500 space where those who suffer from drug...

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Recently, The Columbus Dispatch reported on the increasing availability of naloxone throughout Ohio, saying that according to the Ohio Board of Pharmacy, 1,000 pharmacies in 79 of Ohio’s 88 counties now offer naloxone without a prescription. Pharmacies are “playing a key role in the fight against opioid addiction…Expanding this life-saving medication’s availability has resulted in thousands of lives being saved,”...

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