Heroin Addiction Services

Ultimately, our goal is to open up treatment centers that will incorporate and improve upon best practices to win against the battle of opiate addiction. Our program will include healthful daily activities to improve wellness, instill a sense of personal accomplishment, to build self confidence, and to empower.
Our Purpose
Free Heroin's Hold is a Minnesota based non-profit. Our purpose is to raise awareness and expose the truths about how serious heroin and prescription pill addiction has become. We offer guidance and resources to those families with a young loved one fighting the terrible stronghold of heroin and prescription pill addiction. Together, we will help find the proper treatment program and overcome all obstacles.
Support Groups
Our support group is for parents, users, people in recovery or anyone (brothers, sisters, friends...) that have been touched by or have lost a loved one due to addictive behavior. This includes all addictive drugs, not just heroin.

Heroin Overdose

Over the last decade heroin and opioid addiction and overdose deaths have been steadily rising in the United States. In 2013 alone, there were 16,235 prescription opioid overdose deaths, almost double the 8,517 in 2003. Heroin overdoses have also increased dramatically, with more than 8,000 deaths in 2013, up from around 2,000 in 2003.

Dylan's Story - How Heroin Stole His Life

March 11, 2013 was the day that I found out my son, Dylan Bradley Pearson 18, my only child was using heroin. By the time I found out, heroin had already gotten its grip on him. It was the beginning of my worst nightmare.

On January 31, 2015 at 12:45 AM we said good night. Before I tuned away to go to bed, as with every opportunity I had, I told him I loved him. Dylan went to bed. He never woke up. Our worst nightmare had come true. My only child dead.

Read the whole story.