The opioid epidemic is real.

It impacts all of us, no matter your zip code, race, ethnicity, education, background or your creed.

Secrecy and silence are opioids' best friends. By having the conversation with affected loved ones and friends, we can overcome. We are standing by you, full of love and support, to find the best solution to this epidemic.

Together, we must have the conversation.

People recover. Let us help.


Have the Conversation

Our STARS Regional Overdose Prevention Specialist, along with other ROPS across the state, train communities about substance use disorder, opioid overdose, & the use of naloxone. See this press release for more info about an important milestone for TN!

So pleased to have @starsnash in @saranic81 classroom this morning with some of our eighth graders. They’re engaged and ready to complete the survey and to discuss the important issue of abusing prescription drugs among teens.

Very grateful for @starsnash visiting my classroom today. Mr.Johnson talked to my students about prescription drug abuse & the possible dangers associated with that. @OMS_Chargers

Don't miss the #AskACounselor livestream this morning at 11 a.m. featuring former executive director of the Tennessee Alcohol and Drug Association Statewide Clearinghouse, Sharon Kay! Check out STARS on Facebook to tune in.

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