Dying In Vein: The Opiate Generation

 “DYING IN VEIN” SCREENS AT STRATFORD LIBRARY APRIL 5th

Stratford Partnership for Youth and Families, Stratford Library and Stratford Health Department will present the a special free screening of the acclaimed documentary, “Dying in Vein: The Opiate Generation” on Wednesday, April 5 from 6:30-9 pm at the Stratford Library, Lovell Room.  The area premiere of the film will include a Q&A session with director Jenny Mackenzie, addiction specialists, as well as recovery and support programs.

Dying in Vein is a deeply personal exploration of opiate and heroin addiction. Through these stories, the film explores the contemporary belief of 'living life pain free' and the shame and blame that exists around addiction.Award-winning filmmaker James Redford calls the documentary, “An extraordinarily intimate and beautiful film about one of America’s biggest public health tragedies.”

Some of the specialists who will be on hand for the one-to-one discussion following the film include Donna and Matt Deluca, Co-Founders of The Community Addiction & Recovery Education & Support (C.A.R.E.S.) Group and Chief Clinical Officer Jennifer Kolakowski and Division Director of Outpatient Services Carolee Paruta from the Recovery Network of Programs (R.N.P.).

This is a free event, but due to limited seating reservations are strongly encouraged.  CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT!