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More opioid lawsuits, a promising trial addiction treatment program in Rhode Island, and more.

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Steve Leker

When I decided to do a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail, it was only natural and fitting that I hike it to raise funds in Brady’s memory. 

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Jessie Dunleavy

He was the happiest he'd been in a long time. He wanted to live.

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Dr. Louise Stanger

While everyone grieves differently, families surviving an overdose or alcohol related death are more likely to experience intense feelings of guilt, shame, and inadequacy. 

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Shatterproof's Rating System for Addiction Treatment Providers heads to Massachusetts, new Purdue depositions are released, and more.

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Kirstin Hope Sievers

How do opioids work? How did the opioid epidemic become so deadly? 

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The lack of overdose aftercare in ERs, poor insurance coverage for non-opioid pain management, and more.

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Avneet Isabella Himebaugh

It started with a phone call.

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Kari Rummel

For me, Valentine’s Day is about so much more than candy hearts and silly cards. This day gives me the opportunity to celebrate someone who is always celebrating me: My loving husband, Mike. 

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Newly released information on Purdue Pharma's marketing tactics, a standoff over safe injection in Philadelphia, and more.


Some provisions are more detailed than others. Here are the highlights of what’s inside.


We asked two supporters who’ve recently launched successful fundraising campaigns for Shatterproof to share their advice. Read on to get inspired! 

Caroline Davidson

This report shows where we’re seeing success—and where there is room for improvement—in terms of harm reduction, addiction treatment, and prevention.

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New documents directly connect the Sackler family to the marketing of OxyContin, meth use is on the rise, and more.

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Jess Keefe

When it comes to preventing teens from using alcohol and other drugs, the evidence is clear: Scare tactics don’t work.

Shatterproof: Stronger Than Addiction

Fixing the broken treatment system starts now

Shatterproof is transforming addiction treatment in America. Stay tuned for updates and information

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