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Voting Information

Did you know voting for the Presidential General Election looks a little different this year? We are a little under a month away from the Election, but we wanted to share information about the changes made to the voting process in response to COVID-19 to allow voters to exercise their right to vote in a safe, secure, and accessible manner. This year, all active registered voters in California will receive a ballot in the mail. The ballots would have been mailed by yesterday, October 5th. You can mail back your ballot or return it to an official mail ballot drop-off location.

The other option, if you need to vote in person, is to go to your polling place. Polling places will be open for four days from October 31st to November 3rd. There are fewer polling places than in previous elections, so the location of your assigned poll might have changed.

Visit https://www.sdvote.com/ to learn more about checking your voter registration (including your address), what is on your ballot, learn facts about voting by mail, where polling places are, or if you are a first-time voter you can register to vote in under 2 minutes!

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San Diego Domestic Violence Council

The San Diego Domestic Violence Council works to bring our community together to end domestic violence and promote healthy relationships in San Diego County. Tomorrow is the start of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the Council is hosting a live stream from 12pm to 1:30pm. This free event, called Together We Heal, will be streamed on Facebook. You can join the event at www.tinyurl.com/TogetherWeHealDV.

Learn more about the San Diego Domestic Violence Council at https://www.sddvc.org/. They have also made a document of available resources in San Diego County for domestic violence victims during COVID-19, available at

https://drive.google.com/file/d/12xvvVIHLshCEsqQEcGiSH5J423oNlBCR/view

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Voices of Hope

In the series Voices of Hope, we provide a platform for people with lived experience to share their stories of recovery and hope. In this video, Jovita shares her story about her victory over substance use disorder and how she has been able to help others

If you or someone you know is struggling with a substance use disorder, know that recovery is possible. Call for information about residential and outpatient drug treatment programs at 1 (888) 724-7240 or 2-1-1.

 

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CCR at the Substance Use Disorder Statewide Conference

Great job to our team who recently presented virtually at the Substance Use Disorder Statewide Conference! Their presentation is now available online. To view, go to the below link, find our presentation entitled “What We’ve Learned Since Marijuana was Legalized” in the 3:15pm timeslot, and register for free. There are several other presentations you may be interested in, as well.