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  • THE MAGIC IS INSIDE YOU.
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  • 10% of Sales Will Benefit Partnership to End Addiction.

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Alma psychologist Dr. Edmund Griffin at Best Day Ever's event at Mara Hoffman, NYC.

We destigmatize addiction.

We believe in taking a modernized approach to talking about addiction. We're moving conversations about addiction out of basements and into the light. We do this through events, partnerships and inspiring products focused on wellness.

About our mission
Lindsay Quinlan, neuroscientist Judith Grisel, Sarrah Strimel, Erica Lubetkin and Mitch Leff speaking about addiction at Lululemon Soho.

Co-founded by women who've been there.

Lindsay and Alyssa collectively have two decades of experience navigating the complexities of addiction. They understand the intense challenges, the stigmas and the heartbreak associated with the disease. They decided to turn that experience into tangible social change.

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Lindsay Quinlan speaking at Arc'teryx about Best Day Ever's mission to de-stigmatize addiction through wellness and products.

Helping families and individuals reimagine their lives.

Since 2019, we've worked to improve people's lives who are affected by addiction. We're proud to support non-profits who are advancing this mission, such as Partnership to End Drug Addiction, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to addiction prevention, treatment and sustained recovery.

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Did You know?

1 in 2 Americans report having a family member or close friend with addiction.

Pew Research Center

40 million Americans are impacted by addiction. That is 2x more people than those impacted by heart disease.

Columbia University Study

The stress and pressure COVID-19 is placing on our society, sadly, is exacerbating the existing addiction epidemic already killing more than 150,000 Americans each year

Partnership to End Addiction