Almost every person in our nation knows someone that is struggling with substance use disorder. If not directly, then indirectly. Your neighbor’s child, a co-worker’s relative, your former college roommate’s sister, and on and on and on.
During this unprecedented time of the COVID health crisis, there has been a surge in fatal opioid overdoses. Isolation is leading to relapse for many that struggle with substance use disorder, aka the disease of addiction. Please be the person that takes the time TODAY to reach out to that person in your life that might be struggling to stay free from drugs, from substance abuse.
We encourage you to read the article shared below to learn more about what is going wrong with thousands of loved ones and friends as we work together to navigate these unchartered waters of COVID-19.
Be safe. Be well. Be kind.