Partnership to End Addiction

In 2008, the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy in collaboration with the Partnership for a Drug-Free America started a statewide PSA campaign to bring professionally produced localized media messages to strengthen, and deepen drug-prevention media efforts.

Kentucky has long recognized the epidemic proportions of substance abuse among youth and adults including prescription drugs, methamphetamines, heroin, and fentanyl.

The Partnership offers resources and tools, including powerful and timely public service campaigns  which assists the Office of Drug Control Policy's approach in combating the scourge of substance use in Kentucky communities.

With the assistance of our many federal, state, and local partners, the Kentucky of Office of Drug Control Policy and the Kentucky Agency on Substance Abuse Policy (KY-ASAP) can continue to strive towards, and succeed in our goal:  to transform how Kentucky addresses the treatment of addiction and recovery.

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Get One-on-One Help

Partnership to End Addiction

The Partnership has trained and caring master's-level counselors ready to help any parent struggling with a child's drug or alcohol use. They are there to listen, share information and help you find answers. Call the Helpline, connect via live chat or email them to get help. All communications are free and confidential.

Their counselors will listen to your story - the challenges, setbacks, obstacles and myriad emotions that often are all too common.

Learn From Parents Who Have Been There

Learn from and find a community among other parents who have been there.  Read stories and first-hand accounts on the Parent Blog, and depending on your individual circumstances, connect with a Parent Coach for one-on-one support. 

The Medicine Abuse Project

The Medicine Abuse Project branding

The Partnership to End Addiction (formerly the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids) has been addressing the opioid epidemic since the early 2000s, and in 2012 brought together a group of partners from the public and private sectors to form the Medicine Abuse Project. This national action campaign aims to reduce teen initiation of medicine misuse. It provides comprehensive resources for parents and caregivers, law enforcement officials, health care providers, educators and others so that everyone can take a stand and help end this epidemic.