TEAM SHARING Inc. is a national organization of parents who have lost a child to Substance Use Disorder (SUD). Through social networking, community activism, grief services and advocacy, TEAM SHARING provides support and friendship to grieving families while working to raise awareness of Substance Use Disorder and its impact on our communities.

March to Purdue Pharma LP

View our Facebook Event by clicking this link. Purdue Pharma: Guilty as Charged – August 17, 2018 – A couple hundred protesters gathered outside of the Stamford headquarters of drug maker Purdue Pharma on Friday. Read full coverage here. View

Tom Zuba’s Healing Waters Cruise

This cruise takes place from Dec 8, 2018 to Dec 16, 2018. For 8 nights take a Southern Caribbean Cruise for everyone learning to live with the death of a loved one. Info below.

Read Cheryl’s Story

Cheryl is the proud mom of three sons: Robert, Sean and Corey. In 2011, at the beginning of the opiate epidemic, Corey died of an overdose at age 23. At the time, Cheryl didn’t know anyone with a child who had died of an overdose. For the next few years, she grieved alone. Then one night, she received an invitation to meet other mothers who had lost a child. It was then that she knew how much grieving parents, parents whose child had died from SUD, needed one another.

Corey had left behind a four and a half month old daughter, Faith, who would grow up having no memory of her Daddy. Cheryl also knew that children who had lost their mom or their dad from SUD needed a community of caring adults to come alongside them as they grew up and hence the national group TEAM SHARING was founded.