Morgan Godvin, who is in recovery from heroin addiction and a commissioner on Oregon’s Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission, joins CNN’s Michael Smerconish to discuss the state’s historic vote to decriminalize the possession and personal use of drugs.
Aimee Dunkle, Founder of The Solace Foundation of Orange County and Broken No More board member discussing the importance of nalaxone with Dr. Evan Fewsmith, Director of Pacific Solstice Behavioral Health.
BNM volunteer, Karyn Kerrigan O’Miller, asks Presidential candidate, Tim Ryan, about supporting the pending bill to deregulate buprenorphine prescription to treat opioid addiction.
Georgia NPR Radio Interview with Sam Snodgrass, Ph.D., Board Member of Broken No More, about how Fentanyl is changing the Georgia Opioid Crisis.
As we learn more about buprenorphine, a point on which we should all agree is that adequate doses of the medication must be given if we’re serious about cutting overdose deaths. We already know enough about methadone: Doses can be adequate for all patients.
A well-deserved thank you to Dr. Tamara Olt (Chairperson, Broken No More/GRASP), Chris Schaffner, and Jolt Harm Reduction for doing all they can to save lives
Sam Snodgrass will be speaking at the International Overdose Awareness Day event on August 31.
Orange County Activist Joins Delegation to Portugal March 19-22 to Learn from Country’s Groundbreaking Drug Decriminalization Policy.
Portugal’s Dramatic Declines in Overdose Deaths, HIV Infections & Drug-Related Arrests Draw Those Hit Hardest by U.S. Drug War to Investigate Further
American cities are slowly rallying around a new response to the opioid epidemic: safe spaces for using heroin.