Not One More Alabama condemns the ongoing violence and discrimination against our black brothers and sisters. The cries of George Floyd, while under the knee of an officer sworn to protect him, have shaken us from stunned silence to a plan of action.
Our non-profit is made up of black, brown and white men and women who came together with first-hand experience of the devastating effects of addiction. We have shared intimate stories with one another yet, until now, we have avoided the uncomfortable subject of discrimination. We will no longer be silent about race discrimination and disproportionate access to addiction treatment. We know that addiction does not discriminate, and we know that treatment does.
As an organization, we are coming together to create actionable plans to develop programming, provide financial support, give voice to the oppressed, and better understand the obstacles that minorities face.
We will not stand by while others stand on our brothers and sisters. We vow to push forward until there is Not One More Alabama man, woman or child without equal access to addiction treatment.
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Not One More Alabama is proud to be a Community Partner with The Partnership to End Addiction , an organization that provides personalized support and resources to families impacted by addiction, while mobilizing policymakers, researchers and health care professionals to more effectively address addiction systemically on a national scale.