As a result of funding from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction/State of Indiana, Overdose Lifeline and the Dept of Correction will offer Naloxone as an option for each offender upon release.
Erica and Joe McNeal wish to thank their family and friends for the generous contributions in celebration of their marriage. Contributions in lieu of gifts were made to Overdose Lifeline in memory of Erica’s son Joey Diener. Losing a child is the most difficult experience a parent will ever face.
On behalf of the Overdose Lifeline Board, the Annual Golf Outing Committee, and the families we serve, thank you for your charitable contribution in support of the 6th Annual Memorial Golf Outing. Donations are used to save lives from opioid overdose and to provide prevention education programs to youth. No
Overdose Lifeline is pleased to announce a new partnership with the State of Indiana to increase access to the overdose reversal drug naloxone. Naloxone is a critical tool for individuals, families, first responders and communities to help reduce opioid overdose deaths. Access to naloxone kits, however, continues to be limited
COVID-19 has changed a lot in all our lives. It has created a variety of unprecedented needs. Stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines are impacting all of us, but they can have a deadly impact on people who struggle with substance use disorder. Overdose is on the rise. Supporting Overdose
The Lackey Family and Overdose Lifeline would like to express our extreme gratitude to all who donated to Debbie’s birthday fundraiser in memory of Nick Lackey. “Not a day goes by without missing Nick’s laughter, always with a twinkle in his eye. We have accepted that he is at peace
Attorney General Zoeller announces additional grant for training, equipping first responders with Naloxone More than 5,000 kits distributed and 90 lives saved in 2016 Press Release Indiana Attorney General, read here INDIANAPOLIS–The Indiana Attorney General’s Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force will distribute an additional $400,000 grant to equip first