International Overdose Awareness Day
The world’s annual campaign to end overdose, remember without stigma those who have died, and acknowledge the grief of the family and friends left behind
Time to Remember. Time to Act.
Hosting or attending an International Overdose Awareness Day event is a powerful way to join together to remember those who lost their lives to overdose.
We provide campaign materials to share within your community to help prevent overdose.
Remember a lost loved one
Post your tribute to a loved one who has passed away from an overdose.
Donate and help to raise awareness of overdose and spread the message that overdose is preventable.
Tributes to lost loved ones
You were an amazing person who fought a horrible demon that ended up taking your life and continues to haunt the streets of the world. Your two boys and I miss you everyday and everyday there isn't a moment we don't think of you and wish you were here. You were an amazing person who didn't deserve this.
You will always have my heart and I will never forget who you truly were.
Love you, SamCarson City NV
To my baby boy RJ, always in my heart, always on my mind. You will never be forgotten. 2/28/1985-5/24/2015- forever 30. I miss you so muchAlpharetta, Georgia-USA
I lost my son Tayler on October 28, 2015 do to accidental overdose. He was only 21 years old. It was a combination of fentanyl patch and xanex. I lost a piece of my heart and soul that day. I miss him every day. He had his whole life ahead of him. He was loving , caring he had the most contagious laugh. He left an impression on every one he met. I wish that people would be better educated on what the effects of combining drugs can do to a person and their familiesBrooklyn ny
Please, rest easy L.
Someone do something about this awful drug overdose epidemic. It'll affect you soon if it hasn't.
In memory of my son, Jonathan Pattison. Love never dies.Deep River, ON