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MISSION OVERDOSE

COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM

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COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM

Precarious: A Transformative Musical Tale

Precarious is a community collage play produced by the Mission Overdose Community Action Team, including Moms Stop The Harm and Safe Mission Society. Created by community members, family members, and peers - those with lived/living experience - the play unveils the stories of the unregulated drug poisoning emergency. 


Told with warmth, humour, and authenticity, Precarious acknowledges the risky times in which we all live and engages and uplifts the audience with a vision for transformation, and you can sing along.


Through songs and scenes the play weaves together some of the history of prohibition, explores the facts and fiction within the unfolding human tragedy of the Fentanyl crisis, and celebrates the heroism of peers and families on the front lines. 

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Who Are We?

MOCAT brings together many individuals and community organizations together to support and facilitate local partnerships, coordinate programs and services, address gaps, and plan for a collaborative, caring, creative community response to the toxic drug health emergency.

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Be prepared to stop an overdose before you are faced with it. You can reverse an overdose if you know what to do and you act in time. Whether you use drugs, love someone who does, or just care about the people in your community, it’s important to be prepared if you encounter someone who is overdosing.

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Overdose deaths are preventable. We have the tools we need to stop people from dying from drugs.

Learn more about how to prevent an overdose.

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Lifeguard App is a life-saving app designed to combat the opioid epidemic. Using Lifeguard App should always be your last option. Over 90% of all overdoses occur when users are alone, in their own spaces – We encourage you to use in a safe place, and with a friend or family member close by.

Take Home Naloxone Program

What is Naloxone?


Naloxone is a medication that quickly reverses the effects of an overdose from opioids such as heroin, methadone, fentanyl and morphine. It is available in BC without a prescription.

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"You lose the person who struggles with substance abuse. But we all struggle with addiction – gambling, food, pornography, alcohol. As a society we should be there for each other, and look at ourselves before we

judge other people."

 

–Mark P.

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