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Do you want to improve someone’s life in a real and meaningful way? Is it important to you to create a better future for people in your community? Your Donations are what gives us the resourced to make a difference in […]

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Who We Are

The Stop Popping Foundation was created in conjunction with the Stop Popping Project, to assist in the creation and distribution of the Stop Popping message and to help those who have become victims of Opiates. Recreational use of prescription drugs […]

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About Us

The Stop Popping Foundation and the Stop Popping Project were conceived in March 2015 and was put into motion in June of that same year when both Roger Bouwman and Dustin Nordby lost friends to this epidemic and vowed to […]

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We have included several of our photo Albums for you to browse. We have included photos from articles posted under our news section as well as the images from our many live events and appearances.

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Few Doctors Are Willing, Able to Prescribe Powerful Anti-Addiction Drugs

January 15, 2016 By Christine Vestal DEADLY BIAS: Why Medication Isn’t Reaching the Addicts Who Need It, Part III © Getty Images A prescription for Suboxone, one of the medications proven to be effective against drug addiction. Even as the […]

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N.J. Doctor Among 8 Busted In Deadly Statewide Opiate Ring: AG

A N.J. doctor and seven others from six towns were busted in an opiate ring that left one person dead, according to authorities. By Tom Davis (Patch Staff) – August 16, 2016 3:29 pm ET ShareTweetGoogle PlusRedditEmailComments0 A New Jersey […]

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Data show high rate of opiate-affected newborns

Maureen Groppe, Star Washington Bureau 3:02 p.m. EDT August 13, 2016 Buy Photo (Photo: Kelly Wilkinson/IndyStar 2015 file photo) WASHINGTON — Doctors and nurses at Community Hospital East in Indianapolis began to suspect in recent years that they were seeing more babies born […]

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Sarasota inmates to receive opiate addiction treatment

SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) – Soon, inmates at the Sarasota County Jail who suffer from opiate addiction will receive treatment. Sarasota County Sheriff Tom Knight announced today, Aug. 12, that the Sheriff’s Office will be launching an opiate addiction treatment program […]

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Nine opiate users overdose in 50 hours in Barre

Aug. 15, 2016, 5:41 pm by Elizabeth Hewitt 17 Comments Opiate overdose rescue kits contain a naloxone nasal spray. File photo by Trent Campbell/Addison Independent Nine people overdosed on opiates in Barre City over the course of about 50 hours […]

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DEA Inflicts Harm on Chronic Pain Patients

In an effort to curb opioid drug abuse and addiction, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has issued new rules that limit the accessibility of hydrocodone, putting chronic pain sufferers who rely on the drug in an impossible situation. The DEA’s […]

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Home Remedies to Ease Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms

Written by Christine Case-Lo Medically Reviewed by Graham Rogers, MD on August 5, 2016 Part 1 of 6: Overview Opiate abuse and withdrawal More than 12 million people in the United States reported using prescription painkillers for nonmedical use in […]

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