British Columbia harm reduction organizations are hoping to improve the safety of nightlife in Victoria, British Columbia. Organizations such as Karmik. The new chapter will be in Victoria, British Columbia.
There will be provisions of drug checking services, eeducation and training in order to reduce the stigma of drug use in order to help with the prevention of overbose deaths, as well as help with the peer support at the events.
Given the severity of the fentanyl crisis throughout 2017, and arguably earlier, the organization is important for the improvement of the safety standards in the nightlife scene. Young people want to have fun in a responsible and safe manner.
Uunfortunately, these substances can be laced with things like Fentanyl. But organizations run by decent people such as those at Karmik are providing a way for safer nightlife.
If you want to help out with the organization, you can look into the website in order to look into various ways of contributing to the organization and in a way to the community of nightlife substitute is looking for a safe, responsible, and mutually respectful environment to enjoy a good party.
Dimoff, A. (2018, February 4). B.C. harm reduction organization hopes to improve nightlife safety in Victoria. Retrieved from http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/karmik-harm-reduction-victoria-1.4518129.
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