Overdose Lifeline is an Indiana 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to carry the message of HOPE to individuals, families, and communities affected by the disease of addiction / substance use. The organization was founded in 2014 by Justin Phillips after the loss of her middle son Aaron to a heroin overdose. The nonprofits' programs and initiatives focus on impacting the opioid (pain pill and heroin) epidemic through education, harm reduction, prevention, and support.
A LIFE AND A WORLD WITH NO STIGMA
We envision a time when the disease of addiction does not carry a stigma in society but instead is provided the attention and care required of a chronic disease.
To realize that vision, Overdose lifeline is working on behalf of individuals affected by the disease of addiction and their families to assure adequate resources and support exists.
Thank You for Your Support
We pause momentarily to thank and honor our partners, our sponsors and donors, our volunteers, families and communities - all who have supported Overdose Lifeline's programs, initiatives and efforts. The organization has accomplished a lot in 2016. We could not have done so without all of you and your support.
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