The Partnership to End Addiction is a non-profit organization that is committed to ending addiction in America. The organization works to raise awareness of addiction as a treatable disease, advocate for public policies that support the prevention and treatment of addiction, and provide resources and support to those affected by addiction. The Partnership to End Addiction brings together a diverse group of organizations and individuals, including researchers, healthcare providers, policymakers, advocacy groups, and individuals in recovery and their families, to work towards the common goal of ending addiction.
The organization's initiatives include providing education and resources for families and individuals, advocating for evidence-based policies, and promoting research and innovation in the field of addiction. They also provide support to people in recovery, including connecting them to treatment options and community-based support. The Partnership to End Addiction is supported by donations from foundations, corporations, and individuals and is based in Washington D.C.