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Welcome to OpioidFree

Liberating reentry citizens from the constraints of opioid addiction

Established in 2022, OpioidFree is a digital health platform aimed at reducing opioid-related health morbidity and mortality among newly released citizens by connecting them to resources. We tackle criminogenic needs through chat channels that provide specific services. Our ultimate goal is to transform into an app through customer discovery.

What We Do

Join us to support our efforts in making a meaningful difference in the lives of others.

Community Outreach

Opioid Free is dedicated to putting our community first. Our Community Outreach Program provides much-needed service for those in need by connecting citizens to resources and to each other.


As part of our commitment to drive job success in reentry citizens, we offer educational webinars centered on employment and job readiness. Our instructors guide clients through the process of crafting resume letters and cover letters, preparing for job interviews, and more.

Connecting to Resources

Our chat channels provide individuals with the information and support they need to make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing. Our team is available to answer questions, offer guidance, and connect individuals to resources.

Promoting Awareness

We use social media and other platforms to raise awareness about the opioid epidemic and the challenges faced by reentry citizens. By spreading the word and educating the public, we hope to build a movement of support for individuals in recovery.

Developing Digital Health

We are dedicated to creating digital health solutions that help individuals in their journey towards recovery and well-being. Our long-term goal is to utilize customer discovery to develop a comprehensive app that offers digital services and connects reentry citizens to medical care.

Providing Practical Support

At OpioidFree, we understand that recovery can be a difficult journey and we're here to support reentry citizens every step of the way. That's why we provide charitable aid in the form of care packages, which offer practical support to help individuals in recovery.

Learn more about our solutions

Our chat channels offer a wealth of information and resources to help individuals make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing. Whether you're looking to improve your nutrition, mental health, physical health, education, or career prospects, we are here to support you.


Education is a key component of success, and our chat channels provide information and resources to help individuals pursue their academic goals. Whether you're looking to learn a new skill or complete a degree, we're here to support you.


At OpioidFree, we understand the importance of proper nutrition in supporting recovery. Our chat channels provide information on healthy eating habits, access to resources for making informed decisions about nutrition, and information on the nearest locations to obtain food for free.


Our chat channels offer resources and support for individuals seeking employment. From resume and cover letter writing to job search strategies and interview preparation, we're here to help you succeed in the job market and restart your life's journey.


At OpioidFree, we understand the importance of both mental and physical health in supporting recovery. From information on healthy eating habits and exercise recommendations to access to mental health resources and free medical care, our team is here to connect individuals to the resources they need.

Featured Event:

International Overdose Awareness Day

On September 10th, 2023, OpioidFree partnered with Mayor Hector C. Lora of the City of Passaic and the Passaic City Youth Council to host Passaic's first-ever International Overdose Awareness Day event. Held at the Passaic City Hall Annabelle Shimkowitz Senior Center, the event brought the community together to remember those lost to drug overdose and raise awareness about opioid addiction. Participants included members of the Passaic Fire and Police Departments, the Passaic City Health Department, United for Prevention Passaic County, Nurses from Medgar Evers College, and the Passaic City Alliance, all providing vital information on overdose prevention.

The day featured a candlelight vigil, informational booths, workshops, and an art station. Mayor Lora, serving as the keynote speaker, proclaimed August 31st as International Overdose Awareness Day in the City of Passaic. The event concluded with health demonstrations, distribution of COVID kits, fentanyl detection, Narcan sprays, and refreshments. For more information, select the button below.


"I want to highlight your efforts and your leadership because as individuals will see this video online, as your people become aware, as parents become aware, their response might be quicker. Now, they may be more aware or ask a question they otherwise wouldn't have asked, and indirectly, without even realizing, you have been part of serving lives. I commend you to that most noble and amazing and impactful initiative that you have started. This is the very first one, and like most initiatives in the City, it is small small steps in the beginning, but I can see this growing so much with our youth and our community."
Mayor Hector C. Lora, Mayor of the City of Passaic, NJ
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