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Nick Cody
A Life
Too
Short

Nick Cody was just 18 when he died from an opioid overdose.

Nick's parents struggled to find government resources that offered treatment youth battling drug addiction that could have potentially saved Nick's life.

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Opioid related
deaths on the rise

Recent stats show the opioid crisis is only getting bigger.

The sad truth in our society today is that the number of stories like Nick's - youth in crisis battling to overcome opioid addictions - are rapidly rising, but treatment options are not keeping pace.

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Our database is populated by information provided by the treatment centres themselves, but reviews and experiences provided by their clients provide an inside look into the value each organization provides and treatment centres don't get to control what those reviews contain. With this information, you can search for organizations that have the best chance of successfully supporting you or your child's particular needs.

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