28,000 people die every year from opioid overdoses. A simple tool, already in place in California, can reverse the opioid overdose epidemic. But California doctors don't use it.
Families who have lost loved ones to addiction and abuse have travelled to Sacramento all year to fight for legislation that could prevent another family from going through the preventable tragedies they have endured.
Send an email asking Governor Jerry Brown to sign SB 482, a bill that would require doctors to check a state database for a patient’s prescription history before prescribing the most dangerous drugs. It would reduce overprescribing and save lives.