Overdose Lifeline's founder Justin Phillips shares how the non-profit was started and about the passing of SB 406 Aaron's Law, making the overdose reversal drug Naloxone (Narcan) readily available to individuals via a prescription.
Overdose Lifeline and founder Justin Phillips is honored with the White House "Champions of Change" for advancing prevention, treatment, and recovery, RTV6 Indiana Jefferson Award, and the Fairbanks Circle of Hope awards.
News coverage of the Overdose Lifeline, Inc. educational program developed to help inform students regarding the risks of heroin and prescription pain medicine (opioids) use and provide alternatives to using drugs and alcohol in dealing with the issues, stresses, and pressures facing today’s youth.
The program was piloted in five Indianapolis, IN high schools, reaching 1,900 students and is presently being delivered in classrooms across Indiana. This is an efficacy-based turn-key program that can be rolled out in Indiana and anywhere in the United States.
Learn more about one of Overdose Lifeline's initiatives - broader access, awareness and use of Narcan (Nalaxone) a safe overdose reversal drug for opioid, prescription pain medicine and heroin overdoses.