In our continuing efforts we increase awareness of Addition as a Disease by hosting community meetings, having resources available in medical and school facilities, and working with legislators, organizations, educators and medical professionals to set a standard of care for addicts, and effectively decrease the populations incidence of beginning habits and practices putting them at risk for contracting this disease.  We also promote awareness for blood-borne disease and health issues for those currently using unsafe practices within the scope of the disease.

Because Heroin Sucks and Recovery Rocks!