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Overview With less than 5 percent of the world’s population but nearly 25 percent of its incarcerated population, the United States imprisons more people than any other nation in the world – largely due to the war on… Read More
Helen Alvillar lost her son to overdose. Vernon Lewis is an overdose prevention coordinator who trains people to use naloxone. Watch their stories and then learn more about how naloxone saves lives.
Extend your learning Learn about effective ways to address problematic opioid use and overdose. DPA has an action plan that outlines a robust response focused on effective treatment, harm reduction, prevention, and… Read More
Overdose prevention efforts around the nation demonstrate the immense value and efficacy of a public health and safety approach to the problem of drug misuse in society. Proven strategies are available to reduce the… Read More
Learn about naloxone, a low-cost, non-narcotic drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.
List of states with 911 Good Samaritan laws and/or naloxone access policies in place.
Available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Hebrew, Russian, Czech, Greek and Papiamento, Safety First: A Reality-Based Approach to Teens and Drugs provides parents with the tools needed to evaluate and discuss strategies… Read More
This letter, signed by civil rights, immigration, criminal justice, racial justice, human rights, libertarian and religious organizations, calls for an end to the war on drugs in the name of protecting children both in… Read More
80 Organizaciones hacen un llamado para terminar con la guerra contra las drogas y proteger a la niñez
Esta carta firmada por organizaciones de derechos civiles, inmigración, justicia criminal, justicia racial, derechos humanos, y religiosas; exige un fin a la guerra contra las drogas en el nombre de proteger a los niños… Read More