What we do

We provide personalized support and resources for families impacted by addiction, while mobilizing policymakers, researchers and health care professionals to more effectively address addiction systemically on a national scale.

Who we are

We are a diverse community of researchers, advocates, clinicians, communicators and more, all working together to provide support and solutions for families impacted by addiction.

Our partners

We partner with organizations and corporations across public and private sectors, and on the local, state and national level to advance our mission and work for families.

Latest news about our work

Updates on our work in the field and collaboration with partners.

From our CEO: Racism & Equity Update

As we look forward, we remain steadfast in our pursuit of progress, inspired by and consistent with Dr. King’s example and actions embodying love, hope, service, and non-violence. I am proud to be part of an organization committed to progress and service.

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Partnership to End Addiction’s response to CDC data showing accelerated overdose deaths during COVID-19

The CDC recently released data indicating that the coronavirus pandemic has significantly exacerbated the addiction epidemic. Staggering overdose numbers should be a call-to-action for policymakers that we need to take a bold public health approach to addiction.

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Partnership to End Addiction Among National Addiction Experts to Release Comprehensive Recommendations for Opioid Abatement

Partnership to End Addiction is part of a group of the nation’s leading experts in addiction research, treatment and policy, who released a comprehensive report outlining recommendations for addressing the opioid crisis.

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Newsroom

We provide journalists with research, access to experts and the human stories of families impacted by addiction. For media inquiries, contact media@toendaddiction.org.

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