Connect and Collaborate

Join Local Substance-Use Prevention Coalitions to Inform, Connect, and Strengthen Your Efforts

With lives being lost daily, the opioid crisis is an “all-hands on deck” epidemic. Across the U.S., treatment professionals, law enforcement, faith communities, service providers, drug courts, schools, recreation centers, media, businesses, policy-makers, families and youth leaders are stepping forward to help contribute their time, talents, and resources to help coordinate and serve those struggling with addiction.

No single organization or person can address the multitude of services needed to help people affected by mental health or substance use conditions… the best sources are the people who live, serve, and work in the community and the best results are often seen when they undertake such action together.

SAMHSA One Voice, One Community

Find Coalition Partners

After assessing your community’s needs, explore available coalition partners in your community:

Getting Started

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