Michael is doing better than ever!

youth's story about struggle with substance use disorder

College students often don’t realize the problems that the party lifestyle is causing until its too late. When Central Michigan University junior, Michael, found himself in trouble, he fortunately had his university’s collegiate recovery program to get him back on the path to success. Read how he’s doing better than ever, here.

There is power in sharing your story!

Have you or your family been impacted by substance use disorder? Your story can change someone else’s!

We invite you to share your story – your personal experience can be a powerful tool that could inspire others, offer hope to those struggling or know someone who is, or even help change the hearts and minds of policymakers. Click here to share your story on our website.

Washtenaw Community College receives grant from the Jamie Daniels Foundation

The Collegiate Recovery Program at Washtenaw Comunity College was recently awarded a grant from the Jamie Daniels Foundation, which will endow a scholarship for a student in the program and assist in its quest to provide all WCC students with recovery support, connection, and community to improve their health and well-being. More about this, here.

988: Emergency line for mental health is live! 

People in the US experiencing a mental health crisis have a new way to reach out for help. They can simply call or text the numbers 9-8-8. 

Those who dial in will be connected to a trained counselor who are part of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Counselors will listen, provide support, and connect callers to resources. Available 24/7, this new lifeline will prevent countless suicide deaths and get those struggling with mental health the help they need. Learn more, here.

Co-founder Lisa Daniels-Goldman joins WN2T panel about addiction

On Wednesday, August 31, Co-founder Lisa Daniels-Goldman will join the Detroit Jewish Community’s “We Need 2 Talk about Addiction” – a panel discussion about addiction, mental health, and recovery. Available in-person or via Zoom, a group of advocates will share stories and insights that explore the impact of addiction and inspire hope on the path to recovery. To learn more or register for the free event, click here.

More ways you can support the Jamie Daniels Foundation

Shop Jamie Daniels Foundation #shapethefuture apparel
The more we talk about Substance Use Disorder, the faster we can end it and #shapethefuture. You can help us to end the stigma: support the cause, share the message. Purchase your apparel, here.

Ken Daniels is on CAMEO!
The Jamie Daniels Foundation Co-Founder, Ken Daniels, is providing personalized video messages on CAMEO to raise funds for the foundation. CAMEO is the perfect way to send a loved one encouragement or special occasion wishes. All proceeds will benefit the Jamie Daniels Foundation. Learn more, here.


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