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Red Project Accepting Applications For Recovery Coach!

Click here to view the job description and apply! We’re thrilled to announce that the Red Project has received funding to hire a Recovery Coach, which we have been waiting a long time to offer as a career opportunity through Red Project! Many of our clients have physical and behavioral health related needs beyond what can be met […]

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Full Video Of May 12 Overdose/Substance Use Forum Now Available

For anyone who missed our sold out substance use and overdose forum on May 12 at GVSU, full video of the presentations is now available, including Dr Waller from Spectrum Health, Fred Brason Wells from Project Lazarus, Dr Alexander Walley from Massachusetts, and Red Project’s Steve Alsum.  We will be breaking this up into individual […]

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Grand Rapids AIDS Walk + Run 2014!

10 am at Rosa Parks Circle It’s time to register for AIDS Walk + Run!  Please visit our registration page and make a team! Join us for a fun 5K walk or run to support the life-saving work of The Grand Rapids Red Project. Come out and enjoy a beautiful stroll along the riverside (rain […]

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Dine Out, Save Lives!

Red Project is excited to announce our 8th annual: DINING OUT FOR LIFE Thursday, April 24 When you eat out at any of the participating restaurants in Grand Rapids on Thursday, April 24, a portion of your food bill will be donated to the Grand Rapids Red Project. The restaurants’ generosity, and any additional donation you would like […]

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Free Substance Use & Overdose Forum, May 12th

Red Project is excited to announce: Opioids, Substance Use, and Overdose: Practical Strategies to Save Lives at Loosemore Auditorium, Grand Valley State University, Monday, May 12, from 9-5pm. This is a free all day event with nationally renowned speakers.  Seven hours of continuing education credits will be provided for  nurses, social workers, and MCBAP.  Approval […]

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