A Grassroots Movement for Overdose Prevention
There is a substance use disorder epidemic in our country. Yet, despite the many people who have substance use disorders, few get the help they need, and far too many die from an overdose.
Why isn’t our society doing more to address this problem? Why do people seem so content to chalk those deaths up to the consequences of bad choices?
The way we see it, our nation has fallen asleep to the preventable struggles of its citizens.
Our mission is to wake everyone up to see people with mental health and substance use disorders with compassionate eyes. By changing the conversation and promoting overdose prevention, we can help people receive the support they deserve without fear or shame.