We have been on the front-lines of the opioid epidemic since 2014, working towards a world with no stigma.
Who We Are
Overdose Lifeline, Inc. (ODL) is a statewide Indiana non-profit dedicated to helping individuals, families, and communities affected by the disease of addiction / substance use disorder through advocacy, education, harm reduction, prevention, resources, and support.
Youth & the Risks of Opioids
Developed the only youth awareness prevention program to address the dangers of opioids, now used in more than 28 U.S. states with more than 400 delivery partners.
Personality as a Risk Factor
The first U.S. organization to be trained in delivering evidence-based personality-targeted prevention program for adolescents at risk of substance misuse.
Spearheaded over-the-counter Naloxone access. Distributed over 20,000 Naloxone kits to first responders and the lay public across 70+ Indiana counties.
Online Training & Courses
Developed evidence-informed training courses. Results in the same level of knowledge among stakeholders and improves collaboration and results.
Recognition & Awards
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly nominated Justin Phillips of Indianapolis for the White House’s “Champions of Change” initiative in recognition of her continued work in the fight against Indiana’s prescription opioid abuse and heroin use epidemic.
Read article on WFYI.
Justin Phillips was honored as the Richard M. Fairbanks Circle of Hope Award recipient in 2016 for her dedication to reducing the stigma of addiction and the prevention of overdose from heroin and other opioids. This prestigious award honors an individual or organization for outstanding contributions related to research, education or treatment of drug and alcohol addiction.
RTV6 awarded Justin Phillips the Jefferson Award in March 2016 for her work in spreading awareness and access to naloxone.
Justin was also the recipient of the Drug Free Marion County Parent Advocate Award in March 2016.