Center on Addiction has changed its name to Partnership to End Addiction. In tandem, it has launched a new brand identity and redesigned website at drugfree.org. The changes are part of an evolution following the 2019 merger of two distinguished leaders in the addiction space. They also align with the organization’s ongoing efforts to address community needs at a time of increased national uncertainty exacerbating the addiction crisis.
The new website provides critical information for families impacted by addiction, as well as policymakers, researchers, and health care professionals in the addiction space. Family members seeking guidance and information can access the organization’s educational content on treatment, recovery, and prevention in addition to one-on-one support from trained helpline specialists. They can also learn about advocating for policy changes, leading efforts in their own communities, and volunteering with the organization. Professionals in government, research, and health care can engage with the organization’s state- and federal-level policy and advocacy work, professional services, partnership opportunities, and addiction research and science.
Partnership to End Addiction’s updated logo, a combined heart and check, reflects its unique approach to ending addiction with a mix of heart and science, compassion, and expertise. Its new brand design demonstrates the broad spectrum of the non-profit’s activities and its evolution as a combined organization now working on all fronts to solve our nation’s addiction crisis.
Partnership to End Addiction is a national non-profit providing personalized support and resources for families impacted by addiction. With decades of experience in direct services, communications and partnership-building, the organization mobilize families, policymakers, researchers, and health care professionals to more effectively address addiction systemically on a national scale.
This was reported by Partnership to End Addiction on July 8, 2020.