Our History

Our History:

Dillons House

 In 2010, an Omaha father lost his 15 year old son, Dillon, to an accidental opioid overdose.  In 2012, Dillon's House was created with the desire to educate the community about the opioid epidemic threatening the community and the consequences of the misuse and abuse of prescription and non-prescription drugs threatening our youth, families and our communities.

In 2014, Coalition RX was born out of Dillon's House to educate, advocate and promote responsible prescribing, monitoring and disposal practices statewide.  Our goal is to be a responsive, community action organization willing to confront the growing need for a group of individuals dedicated to preventing prescription and nonprescription drug abuse.