Every Day, about 130 Americans Die from an Opioid Overdose

Every 24 hours, 130 Americans tragically succumb to an opioid overdose. That’s 130 families shattered, 130 communities impacted, and 130 points of light lost every single day.

It’s not just about numbers but about real people with real lives – mothers, fathers, daughters, sons, friends, and neighbors. We must confront this crisis with urgency and compassion to pave a path toward prevention, treatment, and recovery. It’s a call to action for us all to double our efforts in understanding, preventing, and treating opioid addiction.

Together, we can bring light to this issue, advocate for effective policies, and support those affected in their journey toward recovery. We can transform this heartbreaking statistic into a story of hope and resilience.

Stand with us as we work to turn the tide on the opioid crisis.

Source: Addiction Center

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