Following its merger with Partnership for Drug-Free Kids in 2019, the Center on Addiction announced this week that it is rolling out a new name, brand identity and website. The organization will now be known as the Partnership to End Addiction.
“Partnership to End Addiction is a name that reflects both the legacy of our combined organization, as well as our dedication to partnering with experts, advocates and other organizations to address this public health crisis together,” CEO Creighton Drury said in a news release. “We are living through an unprecedented time. Amid this uncertainty, families need to know they aren't alone. We are here to help them get through whatever challenges they may be facing, with support and free resources.”
Partnership to End Addiction provides support and resources for families impacted by addiction. Its revamped website, drugfree.org, offers families information on recovery and prevention, as well as one-on-one support from helpline specialists. The site also includes resources for advocacy on policy changes, and additional information on professional services, partnership opportunities, and addiction research and science.