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B.C. Spinal death exceeds high rates by recent prisoners



B.C. launches a project to reduce the number of overdose deaths from prison stations released from current installations.

The Court's death review panel found last year two-thirds of B. Illnesses with more than 19 months of illness died, with the new criminal justice system.

The panel said that at the end of July 2016 and 2017, 333 people were killed by a first post.

The Ministry of Health has reported that there has been a new news that three new transition groups of Surrey, Prince George, Kamloops, Nanaimo and Port Coquitlam have created new drugs to treat opioids.

People have 2,224 bets with wooden booths that confirmed the mandatory death on B.C. In the last three years, many of them were painted with names of excessive victims - in the middle of Vancouver's Oppenheimer park in September. The crisis in the abuse of Canadian opiate is mostly illegal in street law and not legal prescription, says Susan Martinuk.

In 2018 Wooden Participation in Oppenheimer Park appeared in the Vancouver capital 2018 in the 2016 Oppenheimer Park's share of cWooden. In Vancouver's central Vancouver 2016, Overdose deaths were confirmed by B.C.

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The teams are part of the social worker and the drugs they use, and they may be able to work with someone who has been giving them help.

B.C. Lynne Pelletier. The Mental Health and Substance Use Services claim that people in the justice system are vulnerable to society, but those who arrive at emergency illnesses are difficult.

"Common health allows us to integrate community-based care, not only to avoid overdose, but also to connect to health services, and perhaps change the life cycle, first of all, to social and economic realities."

Dr. Nader Sharifi, Medical Director of Correctional Health Services, has said that about 40% of people get treatment in corrective facilities because of the use of opioid use.

People are at a great risk when leaving an installation and do not go to the doctor.

"There are barriers that continue with the treatment we are starting to get. Clients are in a stigma, they may not have an entry and have no fixed address. It's not easy to visit the nearest doctor's office," he says.

Community transition teams started connecting to the first customers a month. The Provincial Health Service Authority expects the development of the project in the coming year.


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