Open hearts and minds by ending the stigma, shame, and misinformation around addiction.
Help loved ones currently suffering get the support they need to lead full lives in recovery.
Prevention programs that work; more effective treatment; and end the criminal justice response.
90.4% of the resources went to fulfilling the programs of Facing Addiction, while only 9.6% has been spent on administration, general expenses, and fundraising.
Bloomberg Philanthropies and The Facing Addiction Board have come together to offer a dollar for dollar match up to $150,000 if you make a gift before December 31st!
To grow the reach and impact of Facing Addition’s Programs we ask you consider joining our growing base of sustaining monthly donors:
Just 30 years ago, most people thought HIV/AIDS – another highly stigmatized illness – was insurmountable. The progress that has been made since the “AIDS Quilt Moment” on the National Mall in 1987 is breathtaking. America has faced other health crises throughout our history and each time has found ways to dramatically reduce their impact.
Our vision is to make similar progress in overcoming the addiction crisis in America – even more quickly. Less than two years since Facing Addiction’s founding on the National Mall we have accomplished an incredible amount - and we couldn’t have done it without you. We are deeply grateful for your support, and will continue to work tirelessly to help those who are suffering find sustainable paths to recovery, end the loss of lives to addiction, and prevent others from becoming addicted.