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Shatterproof’s Rise Up Against Addiction continued its national movement on September 23, 2018, and headed to Franklin Park in Boston, for the second year in a row.

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Many key provisions that Shatterproof supported made the bill's final cut. Here are the highlights.

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Got unused prescription pills sitting around in your medicine cabinet? Don’t miss your chance to safely dispose of them this weekend.

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According the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there has been a 2.8% decrease in drug overdose deaths nationwide. 

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The resurgence of meth, teens affected by the opioid epidemic, and more.

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Taylor McCaughey

Early in the morning of October 14, I laced up my running sneakers and headed into Manhattan with my family and friends for an event that I’ll never forget.

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A showdown over safe injection facilities, reflections on the federal parity law, and more.

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Ashley Fennig

To those who knew my brother, to those who have lost a loved one, and to those in recovery themselves, I hope you can empathize with my key learnings.

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The opioid package passes in the Senate, new scrutiny on treatment centers, and more.

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After undergoing plastic surgery, many patients request opioids because they want to get back to their daily routines as quickly as possible. But new non-opioid medications can be just as effective, without the side effects

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Alan Charles

Even the great Lawrence Taylor once said, "coke was the only bright spot in my future."

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The Senate passes their opioid package, some hopeful new data on the opioid epidemic, and more.

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Purdue Pharmaceuticals receives a new addiction treatment patent, a look at Congress' new opioid package (and its shortcomings), and more.

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Holly Jespersen

I’ve always felt like “normal” people were born with a manual, like they innately know things that I did not learn until I got sober and started doing the work. 

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Mark Curtis

If I didn’t turn to fitness after entering recovery, I don’t know if I’d be the person I am today.

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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