Jamie Daniels Foundation grants funds to support community partners that provide programs, resources, and solutions that address the ongoing drug epidemic in our country. The foundation also advocates for legislative change as it relates to drug use and prescribing. Our primary focus is on children, young adults (up to age 24), and their families who are battling Substance Use Disorder through three key initiatives: Prevention, Recovery, and Stigma Reduction.
The basis of Jamie Daniels Foundation is to bring awareness of the opioid and substance abuse crisis to reduce the risks of Substance Use Disorder and its after effects. We advocate for change that can improve the path of a child or teen’s life and that of their family’s life. It is our hope that together we can provide the tools and affect change to support prevention, recovery and stigma reduction.
The Jamie Daniels Foundation, a Children’s Foundation initiative, provides education, resources, guidance and support to youth and adolescents battling Substance Use Disorder so that lives can be saved and healing can be created within families.