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Project Prevention’s Offer to Addicts Is Going Global April 8, 2010

March 29, 2010

NEW YORK, March 29 /PRNewswire/ — North Carolina based Project Prevention controversial program that pays drug addicts and/or alcoholics $300 to be sterilized or use long-term birth control will be making that offer to UK addicts April 8, 2010.

New York City April 5-7th, Barbara Harris and three of her Board members will walk New York City streets passing out flyers in hopes of getting the word out to addicts there before boarding their plane to London.

Barbara Harris appeared on a 30 minute radio interview for BBC radio 4 February 9, 2010 which resulted in hundreds of London residents requesting she bring her offer to the UK, followed by a $20,000 donation from a London resident wishing to be “nameless” for now to finance Project Prevention expanding to the UK.

April 7, 2010, Barbara Harris and three of her Board members will arrive in London to announce the offer to UK addicts at a Press Conference scheduled April 8, 2010 at 10:30 am in London.

Founder/Director Barbara Harris, who together with her husband adopted four out of eight children born to a Los Angeles addict, is beyond excited that residents of London have embraced her and her offer to pay addicts to not get pregnant with such kind words of support.

“I would have never imagined Project Prevention going Global when I founded this organization, but I do know that drugs are everywhere,” said Barbara Harris recently when she was interviewed by Garza lifestyle magazine which will be available to readers in Germany April 2, 2010.

Barbara Harris is scheduled to appear on BBC Hardtack April 8, 2010, Outlook April 9, 2010, and has several documentary filmmakers in the UK wanting her story.

To listen to the BBC4 interview visit www.ProjectPrevention.org and click on BBC interview on Feb. 9th.

SOURCE C.R.A.C.K. Project Prevention


Source: newswire



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