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
Dear Anthony , i miss you so much, not a day goes by that i'm not thinking of you and the great times we had together . You may not be here with me but the memories i have with you will never go away ....love & miss youPosted 07/03/2019
To my friend Saurav and Puskar
God Bless you wherever you are
R.I.P Donald"Jaime " There's NoT a day goes by that I don't think of you☆love&miss ya Jaime..♡ NicoleIndianapolis
To the 19 year old client who did not recognize his behaviors as problematic and overdosed a few weeks after leaving treatment against medical advice.Detroit, MI
On March 21, 2017 we lost our beautiful boy Nicholas Tupper to an accidental overdose of fentanyl and heroin. Nicky battled this disease for over 12 years and the only comfort we take now is he no longer fights that daily demon and darkness. Nick had a beautiful and kind heart. Even on the worst days he would reach out to let me know he loved me, reach out to others and try to lift them up. Playing his guitar, writing music and singing were his passion and healing. He loved with all of his being.
My son never told me that he wanted to grow up and be an addict. I told him daily that I believed and he needed too as well. Nicky, my heart is forever empty, I miss your smile, your laughter, your hugs. Let others hear the message that they need to continue to believe!
I love you, today, tomorrow and forever Mommy