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Every day more than 120 loved ones are lost due to this epidemic disease. If you would like to share the memory of your loved one with us, please click the link below for information on how to submit your memorial.

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Upcoming Events and Community Outreach

Truth Pharm is active in our community and hosts many events including fundraisers, trainings, outreach and more. For a complete list of upcoming events, please click here.

Drive For Change

Truth Pharm is pleased to announce it’s first annual Drive For Change golf tournament! Along with the tournament itself, we ...
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6/30/17 Truth Pharm Calls on Local Officials to Keep Public Informed of Overdoses

After heroin deaths, Broome officials building overdose database http://www.pressconnects.com/story/news/public-safety/2017/06/29/after-heroin-deaths-broome-officials-ramp-up-overdose-tracking/432720001/ ...
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fixlogo"The Stigma Is Real: Why I Scroll By Viral Overdose Videos" by Alexis Pleus. Featured on The Fix. "In my dream for the future, no one will grab a phone to video the scene of an overdose and use it to humiliate or "inform" others, they will help save them instead." You can read the feature on The Fix here




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This Family Advocacy Needs Assessment survey was created by Truth Pharm and Magnolia New Beginnings, Inc. and is based on feedback we have received to date via our own advocacy work. The purpose is to help us determine the most important items for Family Advocacy for the National Agenda of Facing Addiction for 2016. As people have provided valuable input and critiquing of the form, we have added options and made some modifications. We very much appreciate the input. Please click here to access the form

Tonight Truth Pharm is hosting the Pride and Joy Families project from Binghamton University. They will be teaching a general session called LGBTQ+ 101. It'll teach groups how to create welcoming and affirming spaces. Open to all.

If you'd like to help our Hope Holder's project, we are seeking donations specifically of feminine products and alcohol free mouthwash.
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Garden of Hope: LGBTQ 101 by Pride and Joy Families

November 20, 2017, 6:30pm - November 20, 2017, 7:30pm

Garden of Hope is a monthly Awareness & Education meeting to expand our knowledge of Substance Use and Substance Use Disorders and to empower the community to face the challenges. This month we are so pleased to host the Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project to present: LGBTQ+ 101 Come learn about terms and concepts in gender and sexual diversity, as well as some tips for making your spaces affirmative and inviting to LGBTQ+ community members. Garden of Hope is held the third Monday of each month at 6:30pm and always includes an educational component. The events are free, open to all and light refreshments will be provided.

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Outstanding video from Drew Lewis and about the work that the Tri-town Coalition and Sidney Central School is doing. And Truth Pharm gets a mention! We're looking forward to working with those folks! ...

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