We are a non-profit organization that was formed to educate first responders (police officers, firemen and emergency personnel) and the general public on the disease of addiction. We believe that by bringing all corners of our communities together we can supply the public with the necessary tools to support those people and their families struggling with the disease of addiction and prevent overdoses across the country.Read More About Us
Our classes educate first responders how they can help others struggling with drug or alcohol abuse in communities nationwide.
Our connections in the treatment industry paired with our knowledge of the communities we serve allow us to provide support where it’s most needed.
Our comprehensive courses equip first responders with the knowledge and resources they need to prevent overdoses and offer support.
Too many families are afflicted by substance use disorders. If you know someone who needs help with addiction, share this resource with them.
“This training is essential for every single emergency response team in the country. It was comprehensive, informative, and is a welcomed necessity to our team.”
“I couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity to work with Officer Thomas McWain to help educate our first responders. He and his team are doing great work and by participating in this training event, we will only create more awareness about addiction in our local communities.”
“Destroying the stigma surrounding addiction, especially in those on the front lines, is one of the first steps we can take in helping solve the opiate epidemic. This seminar is the place to start.”