Save High Hopes

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We are saddened for the City to take this political stance against a program that has shown promise in fighting the ongoing fentanyl crisis. As communication records show, we have been in contact with the DTES market management over the recent months to ensure safe, reliable access to alternative medicine. The Overdose Prevention Society is committed to continuing to offer safer alternative to pain management and opioid addition during the overdose crisis, where so many lives have been needlessly lost. In US states where cannabis is accessible for pain and addiction management/treatment, overdose deaths have decreased 25%.

We have recently been asked to leave the market by management, forcing us with no space to operate out of. We are asking the City of Vancouver, to honour its commitment and support  this initiative. Further, we ask the VPD and market management to allow us to run our program in the market once again. We will adjust our program to meet ANY requirements.

High Hopes has been involved in a number of studies that show success using cannabis as an alternative to opioids. We will continue to develop the program and look forward to working with our community partners. 

By signing this petition you will help us to keep saving lives! Please show your support for High Hopes!