The opioid crisis affects everyone. Whether you're experiencing addiction, on the path to recovery, or supporting a loved one’s journey, Someone You Know® can help inspire hope and support recovery.



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Support and resources

The Independence Blue Cross Foundation’s Supporting Treatment and Overdose Prevention (STOP) Initiative is combating the opioid epidemic through leveraging cross-sector collaboration, enabling community partners, empowering nurses, and prevention. Below are resources for accessing help.

SAMHSA's National Helpline

A confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders, call 1-800-662-HELP (4357).


To obtain a Naloxone prescription and find training locations.

Safe Rx disposal sites

To find a location to safely dispose of unused or expired medication:

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Someone You Know Podcast

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.

Join the Movement

We invite you to join the movement by continuing the conversation in your communities and on Twitter using #SYKopioids and #PHLOpioids.

About STOP

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 inviting community members to join us in the campaign to remove the stigma of addiction, raise awareness, share their experiences, and find resources for help.

View Our STOP Grant Program

Follow #SYKopioids on Twitter to hear impactful stories from those affected by Opioid Use Disorder.

Follow #PHLOpioids on Twitter to learn more about regional initiatives related to Opioid Use Disorder.