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Date:
February 29, 2020
Time:
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Time Details:
Registration at 10:00 AM Walk Begins at 11:00 AM
Location:
Veterans Park
Address:
4800 Valleydale Road

Hoover, AL 35242
Contact:
(205) 874-8498
Cost:
Register: endheroin.org
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END Heroin BHAM 4th Annual Walk

Saturday, February 29, 2020

The Addiction Prevention Coalition is excited to announce that for our 4th annual END HEROIN BHAM Walk 2020 will be at Veterans Park in Hoover! Our attendance goal for 2020 is to reach 5,000 HOPE Dealers! We will have readily available: over 30 Awareness, Prevention & Connections Resource tables for parents, spouses, children, loved ones, friends and those in recovery or who are looking to get in recovery program; 350 FREE Narcan Kits to those who take the training; a Circle of Hope shout out to those in recovery from 50+ years to just 1 hour. Our Walk brings Hope to all those with any type of substance use disorder and not just heroin. Please, go to, endherion.org, to register and become a HOPE Dealer today!

In February 2017, 2018, and 2019, friends and family joined together to be part of a movement. Heroin and other addictive drugs have ravaged our community in Birmingham and across the country. This walk was about standing together and fighting back.

Over 3,500 people joined us at Railroad park each year as we walked for those we have lost, for those in recovery, and for those who have yet to find help. We walked to raise awareness about the substance abuse epidemic we still face today. This is not just about drugs and alcohol… this is about our future.

2020 Champion for the Cause: James Spann

2020 Emcee: Magic 96’s Rob Conrad

PAWS FOR PREVENTION
Friendly, leashed dogs are welcome at the event.

WALK ACTIVITIES
Kickoff and speakers
Music
Walk Teams recognition
‘I am Walking for’ Lanyards to wear and share your story
Free NARCAN Training
Recovery Resource Tables
Food Trucks

More info at endheroin.org!