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Thank you for helping us raise over $100,000 this holiday season to empower parents in need.
Because of you, we can continue to offer free resources and unparalleled one-on-one support for families struggling with their child's substance use disorder. Thousands of parents are receiving support through our Parent Helpline, chat and Facebook messenger service, providing them with tailored solutions and action plans.
And, your generosity has allowed us to train more parent coaches who are paired with parents seeking guidance and understanding from someone who has walked in their shoes.
As we enter 2018, we know that we have more families to reach. This is an extraordinary time in America. Across the country, opioid abuse — including prescription opioids and heroin — continues to grow, killing more than 33,000 people annually, more than any year on record and more than at the peak of the HIV epidemic and families are turning to the Partnership for help.
This year we will train even more parent coaches, expand our Parent Support Specialist team, develop more education and action-oriented resources to provide support because no family should have to face this disease alone.
Thank you for helping ensure we can be there for parents who are in need of hope and healing. We couldn't do this lifesaving work without you.
Fred Muench, Ph.D. President and CEO Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
P.S. If you didn’t get to make your year-end donation, it’s ok, there is still time to show your support and make an impact in the New Year. Thank you for investing in families who need us the most.