A NEW CHANCE EVERY DAY
Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) is a public health crisis in the United States and in Connecticut. Every day is a new chance to overcome OUD, and there are resources that can help you stay safe and find the right paths forward. Join more than 20 million people who are in recovery from substance use.
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There are ways to get connected to help, from peer support to treatment options. Find out more about resources in your community.
Naloxone can help prevent opioid overdose. Learn more about Naloxone and how to get it.
Materials are available for LiveLOUD partner organizations that want to help spread awareness about OUD. Download the LiveLoud Toolkit.
In case of an emergency or if you suspect someone is experiencing an overdose, call 911. For more information about treatment and resources in Connecticut, call our 24/7 Access Line at 1-800-563-4086.
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