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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

With your help, we can educate people about mental health and addiction, make it easier to talk openly about both, and ensure treatment is available for people who need it.

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Mental health, trauma, and substance use disorder are connected.

17 million adults struggle with both substance use and mental health disorders. Understanding the connection is key to living a happy, healthy life. Here are resources for treatment, self-care, and hope.

2022 Stigma of Addiction Summit

Join us June 8, 2022 from 11:30 AM - 4:30 PM EST for a virtual symposium focused on understanding, addressing, and eliminating the harmful impacts of stigma on those with addiction.

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.



You are not alone. There is help out there. There is hope. We do recover, heal, change our lives, and live to help others.



The most rewarding part of my journey is helping others. The work we all do is far bigger than any one person.



I am six years sober thanks to medications. My recovery has helped me find my passion and my voice.

Wondering if it's time to get help? Not sure what type of treatment will work and how to find it?

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May is National Mental Health Awareness Month

Join our efforts to end the stigma surrounding mental health and substance use disorders. Your gift will give hope to millions of people.