We did it! We are three steps closer to saving lives from preventable overdose and expanding access to evidence-based treatments. Over the last year and a half we’ve come together to host community events, met with elected officials and worked to win expanded access to the lifesaving overdose reversal drug Naloxone and Medication Assisted Treatment.
End Overdose NOW! Tell Your Reps to End Overdose and Expand Access to Treatment SEND A LETTER Imagine a world where we have what we need to overcome our challenges, where we can get and stay well. The truth is life is hard. We all struggle with something and for many this includes addiction.Please take Read More »
‘My son … is not expendable’: More must be done to end the overdose crisis / Asbury Park Press / 5/10/21 Your Turn Eileen PalazzaGuest columnist When I read a recently published article titled ‘NJ’s fatal drug overdoses stay flat as nation’s numbers soar’ by Ken Serrano, my heart sank and I felt angry. My Read More »
Kill the X-Waiver! Tell Congressman Pallone to Expand Access to Medication Assisted Treatment. SIGN NOW As loved ones, people in recovery, and people who use drugs united to end the overdose crisis, we are calling on our NJ Congressional Representatives to support the Mainstreaming Addiction Treatment Act (HR 1384) which would eliminate the outdated and Read More »
We need pandemic relief that meets the moment. The reality is if we want to put an end to this public health and economic crisis, Congress must send trillions of dollars out the door as soon as humanly possible. People need to work safely, pay the rent, they need to put food on the table. Read More »
REGISTER NOW Before we were facing the COVID-19 pandemic, New Jerseyans were facing another disaster – the overdose crisis. And now amid COVID-19, we are experiencing an uptick in overdose deaths across New Jersey and the US. In just the first few months of 2020, New Jersey has seen an increase in overdose deaths by Read More »
By Eileen Palazza In the time that it takes you to read this article another person in New Jersey will die from an opioid overdose. And then another and then another. As mothers and fathers, wives, husbands, sisters and brothers stand by and are helpless to prevent the death of their loved ones, drug corporations Read More »