OUR NEXT 2 TRAININGS ARE AT THE MEDFORD LIBRARY ON
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11TH 3:30 - 6:30 PM &
THE GRANTS PASS LIBRARY
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12TH 3:30 - 6:30 PM
WARM CLOTHES FOR COLD MORNINGS
Max's Mission is collecting sweatshirts, sweaters, coats, jackets, socks and hats to give out to the men and women coming to the Jackson County Community Justice Resource Center in urgent need of warm clothing early in the morning upon their release. We are
there 2 mornings a week. If you have any of these items clean and in good condition your clothing can find a good home. Clothing can be dropped off in downtown Medford in the main lobby of OnTrack at 300 West Main from 8 am to 5 pm Monday thru Saturday.
Clothing can also be brought to our meetings at the Medford Public Library the second Wednesday of each month between 3:30 and 6:30. Or call us to arrange
pick up 458 - 225 - 9760
In the first 10 months of 2019 Max's Mission has trained over 915 people and distributed more than 1275 free doses of naloxone and about 160 fentanyl test strips.
We are making a difference!
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Rep. Marsh recognizes Max's Mission in the Oregon House of Representatives
Stories of Remembrance from Overdose Awareness Day 2019
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Click on the Stay Safe Oregon banner above for a link to more information on naloxone including training videos, opioid use, treatment options and syringe exchanges throughout Oregon. This new website is full of very useful information.
If 300 generous community members each donate $20 Max's Mission can provide 150 doses of naloxone. The community need is great. Help us keep Saving Lives
Max's Mission : To Save lives in Southern Oregon through the distribution of naloxone, a medication that reverses an opioid overdose.
So Many families throughout this country and our own community here in the Rogue Valley have been effected by the opioid epidemic. Family, friends, neighbors and partners lives have been turned upside down. Perhaps you have been effected directly or indirectly.
Our son Max died from an opioid overdose 6 years ago. Within a few months of his death three other young men in this area lost their lives the same way. As parents we want to spare others this terrible loss. We have created this non-profit organization to do just that through Overdose Education and Free Distribution of the life saving medication, Naloxone to friends and families in need.