Vote Yes on Measure 110 to expand addiction treatment

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my 20-plus years of helping people with drug addiction, it’s that when someone is ready for treatment, it’s so important they can access it right then, on-demand, the moment they decide they’re ready for help. Unfortunately in Oregon, too often there isn’t treatment available. They are put on a wait list for weeks, or even months. Sometimes people die while waiting for that treatment spot to open.

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