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WHAT IS FREDERICK COUNTY GOES PURPLE ?
A grassroots call to action to unify and educate our Frederick County community to reduce substance-related deaths and overdoses.
This massive community-wide observance takes place during National Recovery Month in September with ongoing training throughout the year. Frederick County supports those in active addiction, recovery, and their loved ones; offers hope and resources; and invests in the future of its youth through prevention education.
WHY PURPLE ?
National Recovery Month in September is associated with the color purple. The entire community is encouraged to “go purple” and obtain training to bring awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders, and to celebrate those living in recovery.
Share the messages about the epidemic with everyone through social media along with pictures of your group in purple (business, team, school, church, faith org, other orgs)
Obtain opioid and substance use training for your organization:
Learn how to reverse overdoses, access timely resources, and understand and support those facing addiction.
HOW CAN I OBTAIN MORE INFORMATION ?
For more information on Frederick County Goes Purple or other ways you can get involved, visit our website at www.FrederickCountyGoesPurple.com or send an email to FrederickCountyGoesPurple@gmail.com. For immediate help call 211!