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Silent No More: Addressing the Mental Health & Opioid Crises in the LEP, Ethnic, & BIPOC Communities



The Addiction Policy Forum has partnered with the Ethnic Communities Opioid Response Network – MO to engage people who use languages other than English (LOTE) to address the opioid crisis in our ethnic communities. There are many communities that are ethnically, culturally, and linguistically diverse that need services and support during the opioid crisis.


Join us on Tuesday, August 1st from 2:00 pm -4:00 pm for Silent No More: Addressing the Mental Health and Opioid Crises in the Limited English Proficiency (LEP), Ethnic, and BIPOC Communities - An Interactive Community Summit in St. Louis, MO. This event will feature panel discussions with government, community, and faith leaders. This event will be a hybrid, offering an in-person and online option to attend. Learn more about ECORN here and Addiction Policy Forum’s initiative here.


Tuesday, August 1st

3 pm ET



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