Fourteen of last year’s overdoses were opiate-related and involved a mixture of drugs that included heroin, fentanyl and other narcotics, like cocaine, said Yocum.
The users were most likely unaware of what was in the potent combination they purchased, he said.“When we see multiple substances in the system, a lot of times it is heroin mixed with these substances,” he said.
Within the last few years, draft laws criminalizing sexual harassment in public spaces and in the workplace have been prepared and submitted by various bodies, the latest of which is now pending voting by the parliament.
The KIP Project on Gender and Sexuality at the , is launching “Mesh Basita,” a national campaign that aims at highlighting the need for legislation around sexual harassment within the Lebanese landscape and mobilizing the general public’s opinion towards pushing for legal reform.
It is now the subject of daily discussions in the country.
Just over a year ago, Helem, the first-ever advocacy group of its kind in the Arab world was founded here, with the aim of improving the legal and social status of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, launching awareness campaigns and providing medical assistance.
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College Avenue, Annville, PA 17003-1400,717-867-6416, [email protected] The following individuals have been designated as Deputy Title IX Coordinators: Inquiries concerning the application of anti-discrimination laws may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Coordinators identified above or to the Office for Civil Rights, United States Department of Education.Any disclosure of information is made only with the knowledge and permission of clients. Jeffrey Yocum delivers his State of the Coroner Address to the board of commissioners as Kevin Schrum (left), the executive director of Mental Health/Intellecutal Disabilities/Early Intervention, and Jim Donmoyer, executive director of Commission on Drug and Alcohol Abuse listen.Drugs continued to be a leading cause of accidental deaths.In 2016, 16 people died of drug overdoses, which is down from 17 in 2015 and 18 in 2014, according to Yocum.