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Join us in the fight against the addiction epidemic. Together, we will make a difference.

SAFE Project’s Volunteer Program gives community members, families, friends, and others a tangible way to serve, contribute their skills and experiences to a meaningful cause, and to help overcome the opioid and addiction epidemic in the United States.

Ways to Get Involved

Become a SAFE Volunteer

Our volunteers make long-lasting impact in our communities through public awareness and outreach efforts.

Naloxone Accessibility Challenge

Join us in our mission to raise awareness about and access to the life-saving opioid reversal agent naloxone.

Sign the
No Shame Pledge

Join us in creating a nationwide movement to eliminate stigma, because there is no shame in asking for help.

Recent Volunteer Call

Youth VOICE Council

SAFE Project’s Youth VOICE (Volunteer, Opportunity, Inspire, Connect, Empower) Council was formed in 2023. Our founding high school members have been doing fantastic work in their communities, empowering teens to overcome the stigma of mental health and substance use disorders. The council meets regularly to discuss new initiatives. Are you a high school student looking to get involved? Learn more by submitting our form below — a member of the SAFE Project team will respond with more information and ways to get involved with the council!


Learn More About Our SAFE Locator

SAFE Project’s SAFE Locator allows users to find treatment centers, family support organizations, and recovery homes. You can access it directly here. To ensure that people can identify and access the most accurate information about what is available near them, it is critical that these facilities provide their information to be included in the database and periodically update their profile. 

Volunteers can check with local support organizations and recovery homes to add their information to this locator, making it nationally accessible to those seeking help!

Frequently Asked Questions About the Locator

Volunteer Spotlight

Meet Vinayak, a high school student educating his community on the importance of proper drug disposal, including the distribution of drug disposal pouches.

What does it mean to be a volunteer?

Current statistics show that volunteering not only helps the community, but also the volunteers themselves!

  • Those who volunteer find they have a 27% higher chance of employment (SOURCE: Corporation for National and Community Service)
  • More than 92% of human resource executives agree that contributing to a nonprofit can improve employees’ leadership skills. (SOURCE: 2016 Deloitte Impact Survey)
  • People who regularly volunteered saw an 8.54% increase in mental well-being and a 4.3% decrease in depression. (SOURCE: BMC Public Health)
Together, we will make a difference.


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