Opioid Crisis Documentary

‘Do No Harm: The Opioid Epidemic’ National Premiere Screening

Narrated by Golden Globe-winning actor Ed Harris, the new documentary Do No Harm: The Opioid Epidemic takes an in-depth look at this crisis affecting the entire country. It tells poignant stories from addicts, recovering addicts, and families who have suffered devastating losses. The film carefully discloses which drug companies are responsible for the man-made epidemic: what monies Congress members have received, and which institutions in our nation are fighting back with effective, long-lasting treatment programs. Beit T’Shuvah is a unique Los Angeles based treatment facility that has been fighting addiction for the past 30 years. The addicts whose lives have been saved by this landmark organization share their stories in the film.

Do No Harm Film Premiere http://www.beittshuvah.org/ (PRNewsfoto/Beit T'Shuvah)

WHO: Media Policy Center in conjunction with Beit T’Shuvah
WHAT: National Premiere of Do No Harm: The Opioid Epidemic – Followed by Panel Discussion with Rabbi Mark Borovitz and Harriet Rossetto, Beit T’Shuvah Founders, and Harry Wiland, Director Do No Harm, and Shayna Aken, Beit T’Shuvah Alumni
WHEN: Sunday, March 11th, Doors open at 10:00am / Film starts at 10:30am / Panel discussion to begin at 12:00pm
WHERE: Laemmle’s Royal Theater: 11523 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025

Opioid addiction is the greatest man-made public health crisis in our nation’s history! Not enough attention is given to the growing need for recovery support programs as overdose fatalities drastically increase. Witness both the problem and the solution in this important film.

“The Do No Harm documentary is going to be essential to educating the public about the harms of opioid epidemic, its roots and what they can do about it,” – Dr. George C. Benjamin, Executive Director, The American Public Health Association.

Click here for tickets.

Click here to view the trailer.

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