Summer Olympic Games Are Returning to
Los Angeles in 2028

The 2023 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count results were released, showing a 9% rise in homelessness on any given night in Los Angeles County to an estimated 75,518 people

Also 892,000 persons aged 12 or older were classified as having a substance use disorder in the past year.

In 2022, about 10,395 veterans living in California were homeless.

Project LA 2028 Veterans Program Directed by Veterans Benefits USA

Omega XI Humanitarian Corporation:
Project LA 2028

In the heart of Los Angeles, where the glimmering lights of Hollywood cast long shadows over the struggles of the city’s addicted and homeless population, a transformative initiative is unfolding.  The Omega XI Humanitarian Corporation: Project LA 2028, is a beacon of hope, aimed to revolutionize the approach to addiction and chronic pain, creating solutions for an opioid crisis that has gripped the nation for far too long. This ambitious plan was set in motion with the goal of measurably greatly reducing the number of addicted individuals and homeless people suffering from chronic pain by the time the city welcomes the world for the 2028 Summer Olympics.

The Omega XI Humanitarian Corporation: Project LA 2028 is a collaborative effort seeking funding from various sources, including the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Heal Initiative, the State of California, the City of Los Angeles, corporations, and individual donors. The project leaders, a diverse group of activists, medical professionals, social workers, and community leaders, believe that a holistic, non-opioid approach is the key to breaking the vicious cycle that has ensnared so many lives. Our efforts  include recommendations from the The President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis: Origins and Recommendations, the National Pain Strategy, and the Federal Pain Research Strategy.

At the forefront of the initiative are the founders of Omega XI Humanitarian Corporation, Richard Brumfield Jr. and Guillermo Avina, two visionary researchers with a deep understanding of the endocannabinoid system, and the physiological and psychological aspects of addiction and chronic pain. Driven by a passion to make a meaningful impact on the lives of those who had fallen through the cracks of society, they recruited a team of Humanitarians and became the driving force behind Omega XI Humanitarian Corporation: Project LA 2028.

The project’s multifaceted strategies include innovative pain management techniques, organic botanical elixirs and topicals, community outreach programs, mental health support, and vocational training. One of the cornerstones of the program is the development of a state-of-the-art Pain Management & Wellness Center, with a one-of-a-kind elixir (NEPE14).  The center will be equipped with cutting-edge technology and staffed by a team of compassionate healthcare professionals. The elixir (NEPE14) a Non Euphoric Phytocannabinoid Elixir, is managed from seed to sale, by the first licensee of Medicinal and Adult Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA), MJRx Corporation a Vertically Integrated Cannabis Company Licensed in Cultivation, Manufacturing (Type 6 & 7), Distribution, Retail and Events.

Project LA 2028 team also recognizes the importance of collaborating with local shelters, rehabilitation centers, and community organizations. By fostering partnerships and engaging with those who understood the intricate web of issues surrounding addiction and homelessness, the project aims to create a comprehensive support network.

Securing funding is the most critical step, and the Project LA 2028 team is presenting their case to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the State of California, and the City of Los Angeles. They are also reaching out to major corporations with a social responsibility philosophy and individuals whose philanthropic spirit aligned with the project’s vision. The campaign plans to gain momentum as influencers, celebrities, and activists join the cause, bringing attention to the urgent need for change.

As the funding starts to pour in, construction will begin on the Pain Management & Wellness Center, and outreach programs will be initiated to connect with individuals in need. The project’s success will hinge not only on medical innovation but on the power of community and collective compassion.

As the 2028 Olympics approach, the Project LA 2028 team can track their progress meticulously.

Members of the team have been working in the area of Non-Opioids solutions for over a decade, and the results have been promising, with a significant decrease in opioid dependence, a rise in successful rehabilitation stories, and a visible reduction in the number of individuals suffering from chronic pain with numbers that are over 10,000 cases.

The success of Project LA 2028 can not only transform lives but also set a precedent for a new paradigm in addressing addiction and homelessness—one rooted in empathy, science, and the unwavering belief that change is possible.

As the world turns its gaze toward Los Angeles for the Olympics, the city can showcase not only its glitzy venues and star-studded events but also the resilience of its people and the power of a community united by a common purpose. The Omega XI Humanitarian: Project LA 2028 will stand as a testament to the idea that, with determination and collaboration, even the most entrenched societal challenges could be overcome, leaving behind a legacy of compassion and hope for generations to come.

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