We are made up of loved ones, people in recovery, and people who use drugs.

We are dedicated to taking action to end the overdose crisis in NJ.​

We are made up of loved ones, people in recovery, and people who use drugs. We are dedicated to taking action to end the overdose crisis and expand access to evidence-based treatments and harm reduction in NJ. Since launching our campaign we have passed 3 key pieces of legislation in NJ that expand access to lifesaving naloxone and medication assisted treatment (MAT). Read more here. Not One More NJ was launched in 2022 by members of the New Jersey Organizing Project and the New Jersey Resource Project.

Have you been impacted by the overdose crisis or substance use disorder? Share your story and experience with us by clicking here. By sharing our stories we can create momentum for change to save lives and expand access to quality care for people who use drugs.

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JOIN US IN OUR FIGHT

Now more than ever, we need to stand up and speak out in the name of those we have lost to preventable overdose deaths; and with loved ones who are still with us.

Dan F.

Submitted by: Priscilla Robinson
Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2020 @ 03:03:00 pm

I lost my friend Dan back in 2011 to a preventable overdose. He was an EMT and an amazing person all around. The thing I remember most about him was his sense of humor. He always had me laughing when we worked together. When he passed away suddenly, I couldn’t process it. It made me sad, angry and unsure what to do. Nobody knew he was using heroin or prescription pills until it was too late. I wish I could go back in time and change what happened, but that’s not possible. Instead, I’m dedicated to taking action in his memory with Not One More NJ until we end the overdose crisis. Miss ya buddy.