OPIOID Film Watch Party & Discussion

OPIOIDS: A Breakdown of the Invisible Overdose Crisis in the Black Community DBHIDS watch party and discussion with local activists, community members, and the filmmakers of this powerful short production at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 31 — International Overdose Awareness Day. Join us on Facebook Live @DBHIDS: facebook.com/DBHIDS Watch the trailer Guest speakers include: Richard Patterson Jr., Artist and Filmmaker @whatshisnameson Brandon Chastang, Sober Messenger and Motivator @bmcfly_ Pamela McClenton, Sr. Director of DBHIDS Diversity, Equity & Inclusion @DBHIDS DBHIDS Commissioner Jill Bowen, Ph.D. Tumar Alexander, City of Philadelphia Managing Director * Media will be in attendance at this event and the event will be recorded to allow for future viewing

Philadelphia Public Safety Awareness Month / Philadelphia Night Out – ShopRite of Bridge & Harbison

Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health is partnering with Philadelphia Public Safety Awareness Month and Philadelphia Night Out . This event brings together Town Watch members, Police Officers and residents to recognize the volunteers and promote Philadelphia's Night Out. Town Watch Groups, Police Officers, Safe Corridor Programs will be honored at the event. National Night Out is a community policing activity that brings neighbors, community based organizations, Town Watch groups and the Police together to work on improving their relationship and to strengthen our resolve in combating crime. NECCBH will partner to provide Behavioral Health screenings.

2021-07-28T21:49:43-04:00August 3rd, 2021|, , |

Philadelphia Public Safety Awareness Month / Philadelphia Night Out – Fairhill Square Park

This event brings together Town Watch members, Police Officers and residents to recognize the volunteers and promote Philadelphia’s National Night Out. Town Watch Groups, Police Officers, Safe Corridor Programs will be honored at the at the event. National Night Out is a community policing activity that brings neighbors, community based organizations, TW groups and the Police together to work on improving their relationship and to strengthen our resolve in combating crime. Pan American will be conducting Behavioral Health Screenings to the attendees of the event and surrounding community. CCTC will partner and will provide screenings and resources for children.

2021-07-28T21:50:46-04:00August 3rd, 2021|, |
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