Opioid addiction has reached epidemic proportions in our region and across the country. It’s a crisis that affects each one of us. Whether you’re experiencing addiction, on the path to recovery, or supporting a loved one’s journey, Someone You Know is inspiring hope and recovery.GET HELP NOW
Recovery for me isn't about what we give up. It isn't about what we abstain from. It's about everything we gain; it's about everything that we recover, everything that we build for ourselves.
The Someone You Know podcast shares personal stories of bravery, empowerment and recovery. Subscribe now or download from your favorite podcast player to hear inspiring stories that challenge stigma and humanize the disease of addiction.
We invite you to join the movement by continuing the conversation in your communities and on Twitter using #SYKopioids and #PHLOpioids.
The Someone You Know mobile listening stations feature inspiring stories of local residents who bravely shared their journey with us. The mobile exhibit will travel to colleges, corporate campuses, and community events.
If you are interested in the Someone You Know exhibit coming to your community or campus, or would like more information, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of the Foundation’s efforts to address the opioid crisis, we’re working with local government agencies, schools, community-based organizations, and health care providers to humanize addiction and remove stigma as a barrier to treating Opioid Use Disorder (OUD). Through these collaborations, we are sharing impactful stories about those affected by OUD and are convening meetings for community members to join us in the campaign to remove the stigma of addiction, raise awareness, share their experiences, and find resources for help.