Spread the word that addiction is treatable, recovery is possible, and that the way we talk about addiction can change hearts and minds so more people get the help they need.
Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD)
Compulsive alcohol use and an inability to control drinking.
Cannabis Use Disorder (CUD)
Continued use of cannabis despite adverse effects.
Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)
A pattern of opioid use that leads to negative consequences.
49% of news stories about the opioid epidemic used at least one stigmatizing term.
Learn about Addiction
It’s not a moral failing. It’s a treatable illness. Get the facts on this misunderstood medical condition.
See how drugs impact our brains and bodies and learn why it can be hard to stop using them.
This online program shares information about addiction prevention and treatment.
Words shape how we treat people. See how the words you choose can reduce addiction stigma.
All about fentanyl
Why it's so dangerous, who's at risk, and how to protect your family and friends.
Using fentanyl test strips
Test strips can tell you whether there is fentanyl in heroin, cocaine, or pills.
Learn to spot an overdose
Knowing the signs to look for can help you save a life.
How to save a life
Naloxone can reverse an opioid overdose. Learn how to get it and how to use it.
What is "good" treatment?
See which science-based practices are the most important to help people recover.
Medications for addiction
Research shows medications are safe and effective to treat alcohol and opioid use.
Find the right treatment
Learn what treatment may work best, search for programs, and read reviews.
Pay for treatment
Paying for treatment can be complicated. Knowing your rights and options can help.