• CSOO Inaugural Meeting & Call to Action

    CSOO Inaugural Meeting & Call to Action

    On May 19, 2016, the Coalition to Stop Opioid Overdose will hold its inaugural meeting and “call to action” on Capitol Hill. Members and interested organizations are invited to participate in this important and timely event that will focus on how the entire community of health care providers, patients, families, first responders and policymakers can come together to bring about prevention, treatment and recovery policies to stop opioid overdose.

  • What is CSOO? Learn More about the Coalition and How to Get Involved

    What is CSOO? Learn More about the Coalition and How to Get Involved

    In advance of the inaugural meeting of the Coalition on May 19, current Coalition members and interested organizations are invited to participate in a conference call to learn more about the Coalition to Stop Opioid Overdose and how to get involved.

  • Organizations Unite Around Common Policy Goals to Stop Opioid Overdose

    Organizations Unite Around Common Policy Goals to Stop Opioid Overdose

    Opioid misuse and overdose, which are rising at unprecedented rates, are a public health crisis in the United States. There is an urgent need for simple and achievable prevention, treatment and recovery policies that can reduce opioid overdose.

Capitol Hill Advocacy Day Breakfast in the Cannon Office Building with advocate training session and advocates in meetings/traveling  groups around the Hill Monday, Oct. 5, 20015 in Washington including Sen. Rob Portman, R-OH; Sen Chuck Grassley, R-IA; Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-RI; Sen. Ed Markey, D-MA; Sen. Sheldon Manchin,  R-W VA, and Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-NH. (Sharon Farmer/sfphotoworks)