addiction, addicts, Carfentanil, Fentanyl

BREAKING: An opioid more deadly than fentanyl found on Seattle streets

SEATTLE (KOMO) — Right in the midst of the opioid crisis, another illicit drug has hit the streets of Seattle. Experts say it’s more potent and deadly than other opiods.

The DEA says carfentanil is 10,000 times more potent than morphine and 100 times stronger than fentanyl. It was first detected in Seattle in March. Experts insists its usage is “very rare” in the area, but nonetheless, it’s surfaced in the city.

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Azrael Early, cancer, halloween

Community to help fulfill young Bremerton cancer patient’s birthday wish on Halloween

BREMERTON, Wash. — A young cancer patient in Bremerton has just one wish for his birthday early next month: To hand out candy to trick-or-treaters on Halloween night.

Azrael Early’s ninja costume is just about set.

On Sunday night, he marked another day off the calendar in his bedroom, which means his birthday isn’t far behind.

“Calendar’s a huge thing,” his mom Jessie told KOMO News.

This year, 8-year-old Azrael has just one wish to ring in his birthday.

“Trick-or-treaters and passing out candy,” he said

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addicts, cocaine, college students, DEA SEATTLE, drug overdose, drug use, drugs, Fentanyl, heroin, homeless, king county sheriffs department, Naloxone, narcan, opioid, overdose, Oxycodone, schools, seattle action network, seattle police department

King County Sheriff: Warning – high school students died from fentanyl overdoses.

See the Video HERE of Ballard student who died, his parents and doctor speaking..

King County Sheriff issuing public safety warning after two Sammamish high school students died from fentanyl overdoses. Here she shows an example of the counterfeit pills they’re finding on the street. Fentanyl is extremely dangerous and potentially deadly.

Ballard HS student latest local teen to die from accidental fentanyl overdose

SEATTLE — A Ballard High School student is the latest local teen to die from an accidental overdose of fentanyl from pills he thought contained just oxycodone, according to high school officials.

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lyft, uber

RideShare Safety: “What’s My Name??”

Ride-share companies are re-examining the driver-passenger matching process. Already Uber and Lyft emphasize license-plate matching as a base-level safety precaution, but other tools like Uber’s glowing Beacon and Lyft’s Amp are supposed to help match drivers and riders…

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Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services
Washington State Department of Social & Health Services. Publication Date: March 2015. Updated: January 15, 2019.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services 2017 – In the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2017, 42 domestic violence shelter and advocacy programs in Washington State served 24,692 survivors of domestic violence and their children, including 5,672 who used emergency shelter. Shelter programs received 97,688 crisis hotline and information/referral calls.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services 2016 – In the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2016, 43 domestic violence shelter and advocacy programs in Washington State served 25,120 survivors of domestic violence and their children, including 5,957 who used emergency shelter. Shelter programs received 94,627 crisis hotline and information/referral calls.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services 2015 – In the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2015, 44 domestic violence shelter and advocacy programs in Washington State served 23,728 survivors of domestic violence and their children, including 5,690 who used emergency shelter. Shelter programs received 91,263 crisis hotline and information/referral calls.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services 2014 – In the year ending June 30, 2014, 43 domestic violence shelter and advocacy programs in Washington State served 21,807 survivors of domestic violence and their children, including 5,855 who used emergency shelter. Shelter programs received 95,232 crisis hotline and information/referral calls.

Domestic Violence Shelter & Advocacy Services

Eli Almo, Israel, Jewish unity, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, one people one heart, Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, Steven Baral, Yad Vashem

Monday June 24 – “One People, One Heart”.

http://onepeopleoneheart.org/

We’d like to invite you to an historical & powerful evening of Jewish unity featuring world renowned former Chief Rabbi of Israel & Chairman of Yad Vashem – Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau. The event will be June 24th 7pm at the Sheraton Grand in Downtown Seattle. This is going to be a can’t miss event as Rabbi Lau is one of the most captivating and inspiring speakers in the Jewish world.

Attendees will be coming from all over Washington State from all affiliations and backgrounds in a true celebration of harmony & togetherness.

This is going to be a very special event & we look forward to seeing you there!

General admission $25

For more info & to RSVP please visit onepeopleoneheart.org

http://onepeopleoneheart.org/

block party and health fair, families, seattle, summer events

June 29 – Rainier Vista Summer Block Party + Health Fair

Rainier Vista Summer Block Party + Health Fair

Event date: Saturday, Jun 29, 2019 –
4:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Location: Rainier Vista
Address: Rainier Vista Central Park 4410 29th Ave S Seattle, WA

Attendee Age: All ages
Description: Free hotdogs and ice cream party! Bring the whole family! DJ, Live Performance, 3-point Basketball contest, Carnival games, Henna art, Face painting, Tie Dye Your TShirts, Make Your Own Slime and more!

addiction, addicts, aids, black lives matter, black youth, bruce harrell, capitol hill seattle, central district, college students, day labor, drug use, education, employment, gays, hiring, homeless, hunger, internerships, jenny durkan, job, job fair, job fairs, jobs, lesbians, mental health, mental illness, news, nicklesville, opioid, seattle action network, seattle city council, starbucks, summer jobs, summer work, teens, trans, Work, workforce, workplace

Homeless Employment Program (HEP) Tue., May 14, 10 – 11am

Homeless Employment Program (HEP)

The Homeless Employment Program (HEP) is an employment program for folks who are experiencing homelessness. Some of the assistance includes job search, resume help, interview skills, money management, housing search and some supported services.

Tue., May 14, 10 – 11am
WorkSource Affiliate Downtown Seattle
2024 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121

nra, School Safety

Interested in making your schools more secure?

Interested in making your schools more secure?

Help Bring NRA School Shield Security Assessor Training to Your Community!

OUR KIDS ARE OUR RESPONSIBILITY. IT’S NOT JUST OUR DUTY TO PROTECT THEM, IT’S OUR RIGHT TO PROTECT THEM.For more information and resources, visit: http://www.nraschoolshield.org

The training is provided by the NRA as part of the NRA School Shield program launched in an effort to better equip law enforcement, security personnel, and school systems in their pursuit of safer schools and communities.

The training will be conducted by certified NRA instructors who are current/former Law Enforcement Officers. The training is conducted in both a classroom and in the field at a local school campus and will focus on learning to detect threat potential and security weaknesses both day and night on and around a school campus.

To request more information about this free training, please contact: NRA School Shield at (844) 467-7723 or info@nraschoolshield.org

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apprenticeships, black youth, education, job, job fair, job fairs, jobs

Deadline: March 1 – Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP)

Youth Employment

Visit the Seattle Youth Employment Program Website

HSD’s Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) provides internship opportunities for young people (16-24) in our community who are from low-income households and communities that experience racial, social, and economic disparities. SYEP promotes work readiness and helps young people explore career opportunities during their summer internships. Through 150 hours of paid employment and training, young people develop the skills needed to compete in Seattle’s competitive job market.
SYEP Internships

Important Dates & Information

Applications open: February 08, 2019

Applications close: March 01, 2019

Internships start: June 26, 2019

Internships end: August 20, 2019
Eligibility

City of Seattle resident
Ages 16 to 24
Demonstrated ability to be responsible, determined and committed
Completion of designated job readiness trainings and orientations
Low-income (based on 2018 HUD Income Guidelines)
2018 HUD Guidelines

Due to the limited number of internships, applications will be offered based on a lottery and placements in job are not guaranteed. Apply online using a smart phone, desktop computer, laptops, or tablets. NO paper applications will be accepted.

*Proof of residence and income eligibility is required*

Apply Now!
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Refer a Young Person to SYEP

If you are interested in recommending a youth or young adult to the Seattle Youth Employment Program, please contact us at (206) 386-1375.

Become an Employer!

If your company or organization would like to hire a young person through the Seattle Youth Employment Program, please email HSD_SYEP@seattle.gov or call (206) 386-1375.