2019 Year in Review: Center on Addiction
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.
"Collectively, we need more care, more understanding, more compassion, more access to treatment and long-term care and more proven science-based solutions to effectively turn the tide on this public health issue."
Partnership President, Fred Muench, PhD
It’s understandable to be concerned that naloxone might enable a loved one to continue to use opioids. But there’s no scientific research to support that fact.