Partnership News

Updates on our work and press announcements.

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
Remembering our friend and colleague, Dr. Herbert Kleber
We submitted recommendations to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force regarding preventive services
Please read the statement from Our CEO, Creighton Drury, in response to the opioids settlement ruling in Oklahoma
We launched new PSA campaigns that draw on real-life scenarios of parents of a child struggling with opioid misuse.
We have partnered with Chris Herren and the Herren Project on the new film, The First Day.
Our latest national study on teens: New data shows parents miss key opportunities to protect kids from risks of substance use
Our own Aaron Hogue, Ph.D., was an invited guest at a Children’s Health and Wellbeing Workshop earlier this month.
Partners For Hope Team to run on behalf of Center on Addiction in the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon
We collaborated with the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services to bring dedicated, science-based resources and support to Delaware families.
We’ve collaborated with Facebook on a new public awareness campaign to reduce the stigma that surrounds opioid addiction.
Our CEO, Creighton Drury, has been tapped to serve on the Office of National Drug Control Policy's Emerging Threats Committee
The next National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is set for this Saturday, April 27
New Report Finds Only Four States Provided Adequate Coverage for Addiction Treatment in 2017
Center on Addiction and Partnership for Drug-Free Kids announced today they are merging under the name Center on Addiction.
The Partnership is extending the hours on the Parent Helpline to reach even more families.
The National Institutes of Health’s Monitoring the Future Study (MTF), an annual survey tracking substance use among nearly 45,000 8th, 10th and 12th graders, shows a dramatic increase in American teens’ use of vaping devices in just a single year.
The Partnership launched a new Vaping Guide, a resource to help parents talk with their kids about the risks of vaping.