NOT ONE MORE - ENDING OVERDOSE
Our communities are on the frontlines of the overdose crisis, but we imagine a world where we treat each other with care. A world where people aren’t locked away for our mistakes but offered a way to heal. We are people who use drugs, people in recovery, and loved ones of people with substance use disorder, and we are dedicated to taking action to end the overdose crisis. We fight for access to healthcare, treatment, and harm reduction tools that meet us where we’re at, are evidence-based and affordable, and empower every New Jerseyan who struggles with addiction to live healthier lives.
- Passed a nationwide bill to expand access to buprenorphine
- Added Sea Change RCO to the Ocean County opioid advisory council’s list of providers
- Brought harm reduction kits and important conversations about the overdose crisis across Monmouth and Ocean Counties
- Pushed back against a bad bill – and got one of our legislators to change his mind based on our testimony
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The Not 0ne More (N0M) campaign was launched in 2019, and brings together multiple different grassroots community organizations and individuals fighting on behalf of people who use drugs across New Jersey.
We combine the services, expertise, and direct support of a boots-on-the-ground Recovery Community Organization (RCO), and the political power of a community organizing group. Together, we’re uniting to fix the broken recovery systems we each struggle within in our day-to-day lives.
N0M includes members of: