Tell Oregon Legislators:
Addiction treatment funding can’t wait!

Oregon voters were clear — substance use disorders are a health condition, not a crime.

We overwhelmingly passed Measure 110 to decriminalize drug possession and provide pathways to treatment, but Governor Brown proposed delaying the investments. Withholding access to drug treatment harms communities of color disproportionately targeted by failed drug policies, fueling mass incarceration, poverty, and family separation.

It’s now up to the Oregon Legislature to implement the law as Oregon voters intended.

We are in an overdose crisis, which has only been worsened by the pandemic with overdose deaths up by 70 percent.

We can’t afford to wait. Sign the petition today.

Crime survivor and advocate

“I recently shared my story for the first time, and it was emotional, but it was also freeing.

My voice has a purpose in this work, and I intend to use it.”

– Advocate and crime survivor