On October 4, 2015, under the banner of UNITE TO FACE ADDICTION, over thousands individuals from around the world gathered on the National Mall in Washington, D. C. to shine a light on the addiction crisis in this country. The rallying cry was: “Addiction is preventable and treatable. Far too many of those affected have been incarcerated. People can and do get well. For too long, a great majority of people connected to addiction have remained silent. The time is now to end that silence.” CLERGY FOR A NEW DRUG POLICY (CNDP) joined over more than 450 organizations as participating partners. We look forward to supporting the agenda of Facing Addiction, the rally’s parent organization. Our goal must be adequate funding for treatment rather than stigmatizing and incarcerating those struggling with drug use.