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
My beautiful son Maxwell, you are missed every single second of the day. We were so lucky to have you in our lives for your short 19 years. So many wonderful memories, always so inquisitive, wanting to know everything. Baseball games, fishing, skiing, walks in the forest, pushing you in the swing for hours, chicken nuggets and my world famous brownies. Life will never be the same without you that's for sure. Frito-Bandito follows me everywhere. I'm happy you are free from addiction finally. Rest In Peace my sweet boy. Until we meet again, mumaMiami fl
To my mom who battled addictions with pills and LOST the battle in 2010...you are soo missedSemmes Alabama
My son, Robert Rebyak was in the hospital on life support on March 17,2013. Doctor say he would not make it by the time I got there.
2 weeks later doctor says 50-50 chance he is such a strong boy .he passed away on 4/9/13 I'm miss him more than anything.wish I could hug him, kiss him ,and tell him i love him just one more time. Mom love's you Rob ♡♡♡
Mike Spires you are missed more than words can say! I love you and I wanted to leave a tribute in honor of National Overdose Awareness Day which is August 31st. because you were the best and deserve to not go unrecognized by passing from this horrible disease. There's not a day that goes by that I do not think of you and all the memories we made together as best friends. Someday we will meet again, until then it's not goodbye it's see you again someday.
I have lost several friends but the closest to my heart was my sister Michele's death in Jan. Of 2015 to Heroin. I encourage everyone to seek help, confide in a loved one and let someone help you. There is a light, there is a way out, recovery is possible. <3Fulton,N.Y.
Rest in Heaven Jessie Manning you were a great friend and deserved so much better than what you had in life. I'm sorry heroin took your life you had a horrible disease and you tried to get clean for your children but you lost your battle im glad your at peace in Heaven. Have a wonderful after life cause living that life was not what you wanted and you never have to worry about living like that again. See you one day again beautiful you were a great friend. I love you and miss you bunchesMiddletown, Ohio