SAFE invites you to join us every 2nd Tuesday from 2:30 to 4:30 PM for the SAFE Opioid Heroin Prevention Task Force meeting. Our next meeting is April 11, 2017 in Shared Classroom D at the Eanes Pittman Public Safety Training Center at 6610 Public Safety Way, Chesterfield, VA 23832
Please contact Valerie Murphy at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Click here to view more information about the SAFE OHPTF.
Parents, did you know that prescription pain killers are chemically very similar to heroin? Check out this PSA and our website for more information about how SAFE and our community partners are addressing this problem in our county: http://chesterfieldsafe.org/get-involved/safe-ohptf/
Posted by Chesterfield SAFE on Monday, March 27, 2017
Click here to view a PowerPoint presentation about the basics of heroin and the SAFE OHPTF.
The Office of Attorney General has secured a donation of 80,000 drug deactivation kits. These kits are available NOW at the following locations, including:
Chesterfield Health Dept.
9501 Lucy Corr Circle
Chesterfield, VA 23803
Chesterfield County Police Dept. Substation
2730 Hicks Road
Chesterfield, VA 23235
A Safe Medication Disposal Kiosk is available at Walgreens Pharmacy
4201 Meadowdale Blvd.
North Chesterfield, VA 23234
Open 24 hours
SAFE, Virginia Department of Health and Chesterfield County Police Department are working to obtain another 3,500 of these drug deactivation kits in order to distribute them in the community. Click here to read more about the press release and more about the kits themselves.
As of December 21, 2016, naloxone, a drug that can reverse opioid overdoses, is now available at all Walgreens Pharmacy locations in Virginia without a prescription. Click here to read more about the announcement that affects 33 states and Washington, D.C.
Chesterfield County Opioid and Heroin Treatment Resource Card
In partnership with Chesterfield County Police Department, SAFE has created a resource card to be disseminated throughout the community for those seeking treatment and recovery to get the help they need. Click here for a downloadable PDF version of the card.