A group of current & former North Carolina drug users gathered to talk about overdoses they've experienced or witnessed, the repercussions of calling or not calling 911, and how Good Samaritan 911 laws (granting immunity from drug possession charges to those who respond to an overdose by calling 911) and increased access to Naloxone (or Narcan, an opiate antagonist that can reverse the effects of an overdose) could save lives. The discussion was moderated by North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition (NCHRC) Harm Reduction Coordinator Tessie Castillo.

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