Unite to Face Addiction rally takes place Friday at State Capitol

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Thousands of people are expected to participate in the fourth-annual United to Face Addiction Michigan (UFAM) “Strength in Unity” Rally at the Michigan State Capital in Lansing on Friday. The rally takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Capitol.

Unite to Face Addiction Michigan is a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to “unifying the voices” of Michigan citizens who have been impacted by the current, ongoing health crisis of drug addiction. The group’s mission is to “create strength in unity” by changing the way addiction is perceived and treated in our state by eliminating the stigma attached to addiction, improving access to treatment, supporting prevention and promoting recovery through advocacy, education, and outreach.

UFAM says everyone is welcome to attend this impactful, informative event which will include legislators, national and local speakers, entertainers and multiple organizations providing resources from throughout the state.

A health and wellness tent will provide resource tables, vendors, naloxone training and classes for participants to partake in during the event. You can register for the Rally by clicking here.

For more information, contact Scott Masi, Founder and Director, at 810-360-5779 or visit www.ufamichigan.org.

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