About Us

The Origin Story:
Everyone Goes Home

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The Opioid Free American Foundation (“TheOFAF”) was started by firefighters who grew tired of witnessing the horror of opioid addiction and overdose, first hand. Many Americans know someone who has suffered from opioid addiction or overdose. No parent wants to see their child suffering from a painful injury, and opioid addiction often starts with an innocent, well-intentioned prescription. Anyone can succumb to addiction, but teens and young adults are most susceptible to its unyielding grasp. The stigma of addiction, abuse, and overdose causes family and friends to stay silent, when it is most important to share their story.

Opioids, when used correctly and under careful supervision, can be safe. Therefore, the mission of TheOFAF is to raise awareness about opioid addiction, educating everyone about its potential for addiction. That is why our are programs and publications are geared toward education and awareness for parents, children, teens, and young adults.

“Everyone Goes Home” is a saying in the fire service, it is also the motto and hope of our team. This includes the first responder, the family, and the victim. Together, we can stop the opioid epidemic, and our team will never have to respond to an opioid overdose again.

The Mission

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Prevention through Education and Awareness

The Plan

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Sergio
Castaneda

Chief Executive Officer

Christian I.
Henao

Chief Operating Officer

Chae
Son

Chief Legal Officer

Mark W.
Lambertson

Chief Marketing & Communications Officer

Jeffrey J.
Altonjy

Chief Development Officer

Ahmad
Awawdeh

Director of Government Relations

The Executive Team

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Click a photo to learn more about our Executive Team.

Opioid Free America Foundation, Inc.

163 E. Main St. #135, Little Falls NJ 07424

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Opioid Free America Foundation, Inc.

163 E. Main St. #135, Little Falls NJ 07424

About Us