For 15 years running, the Doctors Goodwill Foundation has assisted with charitable medical endeavors locally, regionally, and internationally — everything from hurricanes to earthquakes. As an organization, it has worked to make lives better some way.
Now, the nonprofit entity is taking on what it says is the biggest challenge in its history — the opioid crisis in Brevard County, where lives are being lost and families are being devastated.
The Doctors Goodwill Foundation is
working collaboratively to bring programs and solutions to the community in an attempt to save lives and get addicted people on the road to recovery. Along the way, it also hopes society will cast aside the stigma of substance abuse and the implicit
bias and labels that go with it. “Lives are being lost in Brevard because of opioid addiction. We want to save lives. The Doctors Goodwill Foundation is going to be on the frontier of this crisis. And we’re going to work to change the stigma of opioid addiction,” said Dr. Kantilal