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To diminish the frequency and impact of overdose death through community education, family support and purposeful advocacy. To combat the illegal use of prescription drugs and narcotics, as well as other abused substances.
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This support group will meet in person for the August 13, 2022 meeting. The start time is 10 am EST.
The address is Wesley Memorial Church, 6100 Memorial Highway, Tampa, 33615. Go to the building behind the church for parking. The meeting is in the big square building at the back of the church. Look for Room 204.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive further details and/or the ZOOM option.
NOPE of Hillsborough is proud to offer a support group for anyone who has lost a loved one or friend to any drug or alcohol-related incident. Members come together to share their experiences of how they cope with the grief they carry from their loss. We exist to lend support – no one should walk alone with their grief. The group is non-professional and free to participants.
The August 13, 2022 meeting will be in person. The location for the meeting is Wesley Memorial Church, 6100 Memorial Highway, Tampa, 33615 starting at 10 am. Go to the building behind the church for parking. The meeting is in the big square building at the back of the church. Look for Room 204.
Please email us at email@example.com to receive more details and/or the ZOOM invitation.
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Visit the Nope Of Hillsborough calendar of events page to see what we are doing next in our efforts to diminish death by overdose within our communities.