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Opioid crisis: Recovery programs important, but safe supply necessary to keep people alive, says Moms Stop The Harm co-founder after advocacy week

News,Campaigns and Advocacy | TESSIE SANCI
Published: Wednesday, 06/07/2023 3:04 pm EDT
Photo courtesy of Moms Stop The harm
Leslie McBain, co-founder of Moms Stop The Harm, is seen speaking during a vigil on Parliament Hill on June 1. McBain and other group members were in Ottawa to advocate for the expansion of safe supply projects.

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