Children exposed to opioid painkillers in their mother’s womb often require specialized, long-term care.

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Was your child exposed to opioids before birth?

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Children born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS), or affected by opioids, often suffer life-long damages.

If you’re caring for a baby, toddler or teen affected by opioids, we’re here to help.


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Prescription opioids kill twice as many people in the U.S. as heroin, and surpass car accident deaths in the U.S.

91% of people who have a non-fatal overdose of opioids are prescribed opioids again within one year.

Nearly 100 Americans die every day from opioid overdoses, and half of all overdose deaths involve a prescription opioid.

The Centers for Disease Control in 2016 disputed pharmaceutical company claims that opiate addiction is not possible in patients with chronic pain.

7 in 10 opioid overdoses treated in an ER are for prescription opioids.

2016 CDC and Federal Drug Administration guidelines stated that benefits of high opiate dosage for chronic pain are not established or proven to increase patient function or to reduce long term pain.

Our team of renowned experts is building a damage model that will capture the extent of the economic loss suffered by Americans, their families, businesses and communities because of the additional unrecompensed expenses and stress on resources that have come with the Opioid Crisis. Our experts are also developing proposals to bring communities the resources they need to fight the causes of the Opioid Crisis and deal with its effects.

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