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Happy Pride Month!

Effective treatment should be available for everyone. Join our efforts to ensure the LGBTQ+ community has access to substance use disorder treatment that suits their needs.

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9% of the LGBTQ+ community has reported misusing opioids.

Meanwhile, only 3.8% of the general population reported misusing opioids during the same period of time. Why is substance use disorder affecting the LGBTQ+ community at such high rates? We're breaking down the facts.

We're working together to save lives.

Making it happen through advocacy

From state legislatures to Capitol Hill, we’re creating policy change that will help more Americans recover.

Addiction can happen to anyone. But with help, people can and do recover.

Ciara

Ciara

I was homeless. In treatment, I found a place where I belonged, where I made friends, and where I felt love that filled the void in me. In recovery, my heartache turned into happiness.

Mahmoud

Mahmoud

I do not regret being addicted. Because in recovery, my level of awareness has risen to a level I never thought possible. Today I am able to feel fully, and to understand those feelings.

Alexis

Alexis

In recovery, I’m starting to like myself so much more than before. I can finally be the mother both of my daughters need, want, and deserve. I am so grateful for that.

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Happy Pride Month!

With your help, we can ensure the LGBTQ+ community has access to addiction treatment that suits their needs and fight the stigma facing queer and trans people with SUD.

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