Naloxone Kits given out

By Chris Pimentel Writer Six Nations is no different than any community across the country when it comes to dealing with opioid overdoses. “It’s important that people are talking about it, and not ignoring it. It’s happening in communities everywhere, and it’s not stigmatized to one population, it’s everybody. “ said Ruth Gratton, Manager of Infectious Diseases at Brant County Health. This has lead to a joint venture with Brant County health to help hand out Naloxone kits to those who are interested in them in Six Nations. Naloxone kits were handed out last Wednesday by members of Six Nations Health Services and Brant County Health. The connection came from an email involving Debra Jonathan from Six Nations and Gratton from Brant County. “We work very close with Debra, we…

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