More than 100 adults die a day in the U.S. due to opioid-related overdoses.

A baby exposed in-vitro to opioids is born in the U.S. every 19 minutes.

Hospital emergency departments have been drafted to the frontlines of the opioid crisis, with the cost of treating an opioid-related admission nearly doubling between 2009 and 2015. Much of this care will go unreimbursed to the facility and doctors.

Non-profit organizations helping to deal with this crisis—especially those offering foster care—saw a 32 percent spike in associated care costs between 2012 and 2016.

Medical, social service, child welfare, law enforcement, courts, prisons, workplaces: Nearly every group in America impacted by the nation’s opioid crisis created by prescription drug manufacturers, distributors and marketers may never see the billions of dollars now being set aside for the cost of this care…unless they act now.

If you want a voice at the table because you, your loved ones or your organization has been impacted by the opioid crisis, you need to call us now.

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