Train Physicians. Treat Addiction. Save Lives.

ASAM is a community of hope, led by medical professionals, that treats addiction and saves lives.

ASAM envisions a future when addiction prevention, treatment, remission and recovery are accessible to all, and profoundly improve the health of all people.  Donate today!

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The Treat Addiction Save Lives Fund

The Treat Addiction Save Lives Fund provides immediate funding to respond to immediate crisis and provide solutions to address the disease of addiction.

The Ruth Fox Memorial Endowment Fund

The ASAM Ruth Fox Memorial Endowment Fund builds a sustainable funding source to support the organization's ability to respond to major changes and pursue opportunities to grow and expand.

To make a pledge, create a memorial tribute, donate an appreciated stock/bond, bequest a trust fund or retirement fund please email RuthFox@ASAM.org or call 301-547-4140.

Other Ways to Give Throughout the Year

With this link, your will be able to easily create a fundraiser for American Society of Addiction Medicine - ASAM. Share it with other supporters and encourage them to help you raise money on Facebook.

Give Tide

ASAM has partnered with GiveTide! GiveTide makes charitable giving effortless by letting users link their credit cards, round purchases up to the nearest dollar, and donate the spare change automatically at the end of every week. You can also make one-time donations and view your giving history in real-time all through the GiveTide app. GiveTide works on any budget and are 100% tax-deductible.

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Amazon Smile

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support ASAM every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to ASAM.

Need Assistance?

For information on making a pledge or to discuss other types of gifts, please contact Christine Merrifield at 301.547.4140 or cmerrifield@asam.org