This country is in the midst of an overdose crisis. According to the CDC for the year 2021, there were 109,179 overdose deaths.
Too many people are dying from opioid overdoses. Prevention sites would save lives.
Experts in addiction share the biggest myths they encounter and the harm it can do to people who use drugs.
Georgia NPR Radio Interview with Sam Snodgrass, Ph.D., Board Member of Broken No More, about how Fentanyl is changing the Georgia Opioid Crisis.
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.
Denise Cullen, Executive Director, is interviewed by Perri Peltz on SiriusXM radio on the opiate epidemic.