Kamloops gets $100,000 to help address opioid crisis

published on July 20, 2018 by Dale Bass in Kamloops This Week

Money the City of Kamloops will be getting from the provincial government’s new community overdose crisis innovation fund will go toward real initiatives and projects to address the opioid crisis in Kamloops.

Natalie Serl, the city’s acting community and social development supervisor, said some of the the $100,000 will be used to support the planned street newspaper, a social enterprise involving the lived-experience committee of the Elizabeth Fry Society.

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