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Partnership to End Addiction is the nation’s leading nonprofit serving families impacted by substance use. We’re on a mission to transform how our nation addresses addiction by empowering families, advancing effective care, shaping public policy and changing culture.

Call to Action
Join the Movement to End the Addiction Crisis

We all know the jarring statistics – 100,000 overdose deaths in the last year – and we’ve heard the tragic stories of loss. Now it's time to take action.

Learn what you can do to help

We can make an immediate impact.

The parents and caregivers of those struggling are essential to successful treatment and recovery, but are woefully under-supported. In 2023 we provided direct, personalized and free support to more than 20,000 parents, with 89.1% reporting positive benefits. More than 1.7 million people benefited from our educational resources, including “how to” guides, videos, parent skills courses, and articles—all available for free on our website.

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We can help strengthen communities.

We know that the road to recovery starts with connection and communication, and we provide parents and caregivers with compassionate and research-backed information they need to effectively help their children overcome addiction. This year we delivered training to more than 2,400 providers & professionals on topics such as Family/Cognitive Behavior Therapy; Family Involvement in Care of Youth; Overdose Prevention Basics; LGBTQ Youth Addiction & Families; and Community Reinforcement and Family Training.

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We can create long-lasting change for families.

With your help, we can erase the stigma that has prevented addiction and substance use disorder from being treated as the health care issue it is. We deliver expert services to public agencies, health systems, non-profits, schools, and community-based organizations, including long-time partners: New York Office of Addiction Services and Supports; the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration; the National Institute on Drug Abuse; Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area; and many others.