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10%

Less than 10 % of people ever receive treatment or medical care of any kind for their addiction.

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25

25 million people in recovery from a substance use disorder.

4

4 Senators signed a letter to the FDA warning about the new painkiller.

8.5M

8.5 million adults have a co-occurring substance use disorder and mental health issue.

54%

54% decline in overdose deaths in Dayton, Ohio.

900+

Members of our Action Network

5 YRS

5 years in remission is the benchmark for lowering risk factors back to the general population

1/3

1 in 3 familes are impacted by addiction.

2M

Over 2 million people are addicted to opiates in the U.S.

15,000

15,000 young people responded to a 2015 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) survey

61%

61% of people with SUD who attempt suicide report recurrent suicide attempts.

23M

23 million plus Americans in recovery

1/3

1 in 3 households in America are impacted by alcohol and other drugs

23M

23 million plus Americans in recovery

200K

200,000 overdose deaths since 1999.

92K

92,000 new children entering the foster care system in 2016

3%

3% of the world's population are classified as problem drinkers.

400%

Unintentional overdose deaths involving opioid pain relievers have gone up 400% since 1999.

5.9%

Overall national opioid use disorders declined from 6.2 per 1,000 patients to 5.9 in 2016-2017.

25M

25 million people in recovery from a substance use disorder.

80+

80+ Facing Addiction with NCADD affiliate members.

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