NOTE: Many events have been postponed due to COVID-19. Please check event websites for more information.

Screening of ‘Recovery City’ by local filmmaker Lisa Olivieri

The Center for Arts 14 Summer Street, Natick, MA

Free rough cut/fundraiser screening. 'Recovery City' is an intimate, unflinching portrait of four bold women who refuse to let themselves or their community give in to the stigma and despair of addiction. Join us for the first hour of the film followed by a panel discussion with the director, the film's subjects, and addiction experts.

Finding Joy in Difficult Times

We invite you to not only join us but to share your joy! As part of creating a resilient community, our intention for this event is to celebrate joy, learn how to find joy, as well as invite participants to brainstorm ways we can weave joy into our community.

Rise Up Against Addiction Walk

Franklin Park Boston, MA Franklin Park, Boston, Massachusetts

Together, let's walk to end the addiction crisis in America.

No two stories about addiction are the same, but when we come together as one community, we can change the story. Together, we'll Rise Up Against Addiction.

The 13th National Harm Reduction Conference

Caribe Hilton 1 San Geronimo St, San Juan, Puerto Rico

The 2022 National Harm Reduction Conference comes at a time when harm reduction, health care, and drug policy reform have entered a dynamic and critical phase. The prescription opioid and heroin overdose epidemic has captured national attention, with renewed focus on transmission of HIV and viral hepatitis among people who use drugs. These trends are reshaping the policy and public health landscapes, making harm reduction more urgent and relevant than ever before.

The biennial event is the only conference of its kind in the United States. For four days, some of the most creative minds from the U.S. and abroad come together to address a myriad of complex issues facing the harm reduction movement. A diverse community of people who use drugs, social justice activists, service providers, healthcare workers, researchers, policymakers, public health officials, and law enforcement— all coming together to put an end to the harms and injustices caused by the War on Drugs.

Finding Hope in Grief

Peer-support conference for people in Massachusetts who are bereaved by a death from substance use. Come share in a weekend of hope, healing, fellowship, and remembrance.

Let’s Speak Up for Addiction Recovery

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