Release Overdose Death Numbers As They Become Available

I'm signing because people need to realize that this is something that can and does happen in families just like theirs, and it happens far too often. Secrecy, stigma, and shame have too often prevented substance users from confiding in friends/families, which leaves them terribly vulnerable and alone. And when there has been an overdose death in a family, their grieving is often very lonely because they are too ashamed to talk about it. This cannot be swept under the rug any longer - it's time for a real change and I applaud Carina Stone for helping to make it happen.

Maya Halladay, Vicxtoria, BC, Canada
3 months ago
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