For the first time in history, you are more likely to die from an opioid overdose than a car accident ( @nscsafety). We can all be a part of the solution, because in the end, it’s about all of us.
In 2017, 422 Minnesotans died from opioids, 636 from alcohol and 783 by suicide.
Since 1999, the opioid overdose rate among women ages 30 to 64 rose nearly 500 percent – the highest leap of any population group (@CDCgov).
No matter how isolating it may seem, you are not alone in your addiction. And no matter how alone you feel, there are people cheering for you. You deserve recovery 🌻