Partnership News

Updates on our work and press announcements.

Partnership to End Addiction, a New York-based nonprofit dedicated to transforming how our nation addresses addiction, raised more than $1.4 million at its annual gala.
Hosted by Emmy-award-winning journalist Elizabeth Vargas, this online event and corresponding guide will give parents the tools to help kids grow up healthy and resilient.
New initiative uses the power of storytelling to to inspire advocacy and ultimately advance much needed policy change.
This long-overdue but welcome development will help prevent countless young people from using nicotine products. Menthol is the flavor that most commonly draws them to smoking and other forms of nicotine use.
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.
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.
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.
Jim Ramstad was a champion and pioneer in advocating for the rights of people with addiction. His honesty about his own struggles gave voice to many others and served as a powerful tool in promoting change.
A 3D-animated series of advertisements features music by Grammy-nominated band The Lumineers. A podcast hosted by Emmy Award-winning journalist and bestselling author Elizabeth Vargas has also launched.
We're partnering with NY's OASAS on a webinar series, addressing the use of medications to treat addiction for adolescents and young adults.
Partnership to End Addiction is proud to partner with Google and SAFE Project on a new resource for military families to prevent or address their child’s substance use.
We are proud to partner with the Mobilize Recovery initiative this year and look forward to presenting at the conference taking place digitally August 18-20.
Ending the nation's addiction crisis will require all of us, working together, raising our voices, to ensure proper care, understanding, and support for those who are suffering.
In 2018, Niven assumed the position of Chair, lending a deep sense of business acumen and nonprofit board service to the evolving organization.
The changes are part of an evolution following the 2019 merger of two distinguished leaders in the substance addiction space.
We condemn systemic prejudice, racism and violence in all its forms. We believe that recognizing the impact of white privilege is integral to building equitable addiction and public health policies for all. And we pledge to take action through our work.
As our nation moves into what appears to be a new reality arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, the health, safety and well-being of our staff, community and their families are top priorities for us. Through this challenging time, our work continues.
We merged to empower families to support loved ones, advance effective addiction care, and shape public policies that prevent and treat addiction as a public health issue.
Center on Addiction Raises Over $2 Million at 2019 Gala
We we will celebrate our annual gala at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York City on Tuesday, November 19.
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is This Saturday, October 26
Safe disposal of unused prescription medicine begins at home
The need for families who have lost loved ones to opioid addiction to share their stories and make their voices heard has never been greater.
How Dr. Herbert D. Kleber changed addiction medicine
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