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Read “Opioid Use, Misuse, and Overdose in Women," a report from the Office on Women’s Health, discussing biological and sociological factors when it comes to addiction.


Read “The Basics of Drug Addiction in the African-American Community," a presentation from the Columbus Public Health, Office of Epidemiology. 


Read Not Far From Me, Stories of Opioids and Ohio, a collection of fifty-three gripping accounts by Ohioans at the center of the national epidemic.

Read Dreamland, The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic, an account of the corrosive threat facing America and its heartland.




If you’ve lost a loved one to a substance use disorder, you can find support through G.R.A.S.P.


Volunteer at Safe Point, a program of Equitas Health that educates the community about safer drug use, fights the spread of infectious disease, and provides drug treatment enrollment.

Volunteer at The Ohio Health Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio, which provides advocacy and emotional support services in conjunction with medical and social services at OhioHealth Emergency Departments and other local facilities in central Ohio. 


Donate to Maryhaven, Central Ohio’s oldest and most comprehensive behavioral health provider specializing in addiction recovery.


Donate to Trini Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to introducing the transformational practice of Ashtanga yoga to individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.


Donate to Cover2 Resources, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with the mission to spread awareness, educate and advocate for those touched by the opioid epidemic.



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