End Mass Overdose, Inc. is a Boston-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that targets the Opioid Epidemic and implements pharmacy-based strategies, solutions, and crisis interventions to improve public health outcomes.
We achieve this through a 4-pillar model: innovation, prevention, intervention, and treatment.
End Mass Overdose, Inc. is one of the three opioid antagonist training programs approved by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Board of Registration in Pharmacy. It is currently the only approved program offering live training in Massachusetts.
175 people will die of an overdose today in United States.
The time to act is now. Together, we can be the difference.
To provide innovative health care, education, and social services that engage, empower, and transform the community
To implement sustainable solutions that improve access to treatment, increase knowledge, and build healthier lives
Change: drive change to improve public health and wellness
Service: to serve the underserved
Empowerment: use information as an instrument to empower people with knowledge, promote awareness, and foster a socially-conscious environment
Partnership: build partnerships to establish effective, sustainable solutions
Advocacy: restore the dignity of the individual
Accountability: deliver superior services and continuously improve the quality of our initiatives and programs, be socially accountable for the recommendations provided
Who We Serve
All community members
All healthcare professionals, including pharmacists, nurses, physicians, and physician assistants
Underserved patient populations—substance use disorder, chronic pain, mental health, addiction psychiatry, and dual-diagnosis demographics
Laypeople / bystanders who may witness a suspected opioid overdose—teachers, counselors, athletic coaches, social workers, therapists, public housing staff, public venue staff, students, friends and family members
First responders, police officers, firefighters, parole officers, sober house and half-way house staff, professionals working with drug offenders
Substance users, both in recovery and actively using
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and addiction treatment centers, facilities, and programs. Clinical directors, intake coordinators, recovery coaches, counselors, sponsors, behavioral health professionals
Benefits of Our Program
1 of 3 state-approved opioid antagonist training programs
Provide programs with learning objectives specifically tailored to the populations we serve
Mobility; readily travel anywhere in MA to provide services
Offer individualized training programs
Conduct trainings on all 4 formulations of naloxone (2 intramuscular and 2 intranasal)
Target gaps in the market. Offer services to communities of all sizes and socioeconomic levels
Diverse team allows us to address Opioid Epidemic on multiple facets, involving healthcare, community, and law enforcement
Team consists of members with expertise in the area ofpharmacology, pharmacists with expert knowledge of drug pharmacokinetics and drug-drug interactions, legal/ law enforcement, family members of substance abusers who deliver valuable advice and realistic coping mechanisms
Up-to-date continuous quality improvement program to monitor drug trends and amend programs accordingly