SAVING LIVES AND SUPPORTING RECOVERY
WHO WE ARE
The Chris Atwood Foundation is a peer-driven community organization in Northern Virginia providing free harm reduction and recovery support services and advocacy for people impacted by substance use.
Addiction is a health condition that requires proper care & treatment.
Recovery is possible and there are many pathways to recovery.
People who use substances have a right to healthcare and dignity.
Harm Reduction and Recovery work better together.
Compassion, love, & connection change lives.
Family Recovery and engagement are valuable.
Getting support should be easy.
To request a FREE naloxone opioid overdose reversal kit, please fill out our confidential order request form.
Connect With A Peer Specialist
Call or Text
Peer Support Specialists are available to connect and listen, and to provide guidance, referrals, and emotional support.
Access local DMV treatment programs and resources. Use the SAFE Project National Treatment Finder tool for assistance in locating appropriate programs & levels of care.
Support Our Work
Some of the community care services we provide:
overdose prevention training and naloxone kits
recovery housing support
harm reduction counseling
peer support specialists and peer warmline
treatment referrals & resource navigation
HIV/Hepatitis C testing (coming soon)
employment & transportation assistance
family support and warmline
A $50 donation provides four doses of lifesaving naloxone, essentially saving four lives.
A $100 donation provides two individuals entering recovery housing with Warm Welcome Kits. These kits include new bedding, dishes, and personal care items.
A $500 donation helps an individual move into safe recovery housing.
All donations are welcome both big and small. Every one time or recurring donation helps save lives and support recovery.
The Chris Atwood Foundation works to provide FREE life saving recovery support and resources to people impacted by substance use to create policy changes that serve the health and well-being of the community, and to help prevent substance use disorder.