Overdose Lifeline is a statewide Indiana 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals, families, and communities affected by the disease of addiction / substance use disorder through advocacy, education, harm reduction, prevention, resources, and support. The organization has been on the front-lines of the opioid epidemic since 2014 designing and deploying programs and initiatives and serving as a statewide non-governmental subject matter expert addressing the opioid public health crisis.
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.
Announcing Overdose Lifeline Learning and Trainer Programs
Overdose Lifeline has worked with subject matter experts to develop effective, evidence-informed adult training courses and programs addressing the opioid crisis and addiction / substance use disorder. Available for individual learning and continuing education or as programs delivered by trainers/delivery partners within local communities. In partnership with Purdue University College of Pharmacy, Office of Continuing Education, Overdose Lifeline online courses provide Nursing, Physician, Pharmacy and other healthcare and layperson CE credits.