SAFE Project Releases the Two-Part Series, Stigma: A Conversation About Addiction and Recovery
Lessons Learned: What is Relapse/Reoccurrence? (Hint: It’s Not A Failure)
Unpacking Your Emotional Ruck: Cohen Military Family Clinic at University of Colorado
Women Navigating Early Recovery: Webinar 3: Building New & Old Relationships
Nearly 89,000 Americans lost their lives to overdoses during the one-year period between October 2019 – October 2020. This is the highest number of Americans lost to overdoses ever recorded.
Fatal and nonfatal overdoses surged in the early months of the pandemic, and are on track to increase.
To overcome the addiction epidemic, it requires our collective action. That’s why SAFE Project works collaboratively to bring solutions to communities, campuses, workplaces, and active-duty service members, veterans, and their families.
Please help SAFE Project end addiction by turning hope into action.
SAFE Project combats the epidemic in four groups. Select a group to see more.
SAFE Project is a national nonprofit working through a collaborative, multi-pronged and non-partisan approach to end the nation's catastrophic addiction epidemic. It will require concerted efforts along six deeply interwoven lines of operation for four major audiences.