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Now is the time to act: Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic!

Over 100,000 Americans lose their lives to overdoses each year. This is the highest number of Americans lost to overdoses ever recorded.

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.

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Thank you to MacKenzie Scott and her Yield Giving Team!


SAFE Project would like to publicly thank MacKenzie Scott for her donation! Her generous contribution will directly support our efforts to Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic in our country.


Through her support, we will continue to build multifaceted approaches to address this crisis within communities, on college and university campuses, inside individual workplaces, and directly with our service members, veterans, their caregivers and families. Working together, we can end this crisis!


To learn more about our work and find ways to assist in amplifying our impact, please continue to explore our website.

  • 100,000+

    Americans lost to overdoses each year

  • 2x

    Veterans are twice as likely to die from an accidental overdose

  • <10%

    Incarcerated citizens who have access to treatment and recovery services

  • 1 in 3

    College students who report dealing with a mental illness