End Overdose is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, California working to end drug-related overdose deaths through education, medical intervention, and public awareness.
According to data from the CDC, fentanyl-related overdoses are the number one cause of death for people ages 18-45.
Experimental drug use and addiction puts young people as one of the most at-risk populations for overdoses.
Fentanyl is lethal in small amounts (2mg) and many times people are unaware their drugs contain fentanyl.
Three out of five overdose deaths could have been prevented if someone present knew how and when to intervene.
Oftentimes, there is a lack of education on and accessibility to these overdose prevention and response resources.
Educate and train individuals on how and when to intervene during a suspected overdose.
the use of fentanyl testing strips,
the ability to recognize the symptoms of an overdose,
the administration of Narcan to reverse an opioid overdose.
Our online training is 100% free and encouraged for everyone to take.
Make resources that prevent overdose-related deaths accessible to everyone across the country.
Equip individuals with preventative (fentanyl test strips) and responsive (Narcan/naloxone) overdose tools.
Directly target outreach to most at-risk populations via in-person education and resource distribution.
De-stigmatize the conversation surrounding mental health, addiction, and overdoses.