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Shatterproof Releases National Addiction Stigma Strategy As The COVID-19 Pandemic Continues To Worsen The Addiction Public Health Crisis

Shatterproof, a national non-profit organization dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis in the United States, released its national strategy the Movement to End Addiction Stigma. Shatterproof identified nine commonly cited drivers of the opioid epidemic, seven of which are either partially or entirely driven by stigma. However, addiction related stigma is not being addressed nationally and thus creating a massive gap in the nation’s response to the epidemic, a gap that Shatterproof and our partners will close.
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