Unspoken Now Told: Recovery Stories

American Portfolios and Unspoken Now Told are working together to bring awareness to the current devastating epidemic of opioid addiction. More than 115 people in the United States die every single day from overdosing on opioids including prescription pain relievers, heroin and fentanyl. About 80% of people who use heroin, first misused prescribed opioids (drugabuse.org). These people are our brothers and sistes, mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, aunts and uncles, cousins and friends. NO ONE is immune. Opioids do not care who you are, what your socioeconomic status is, your size, color or creed. Opioids do not care how wonderful your parents are, how good your grades are or how many likes you get on social media. This is a national crisis. We are here to bring awareness, shed light on recovery, and acknowledge that with help, there comes success.

Unspoken, Now Told: Soldier Stories

First-Person Accounts from the Battlefield

Many of the stories you’re about to hear have been left unspoken … until now.

What is often omitted from history books – the first-person accounts from the battlefield – is chronicled here for the sake of posterity. The footage chronicled in Unspoken, Now Told: Soldier Stories is part of an ongoing mission to document the wartime stories of America’s military veterans.

Beginning with World War II (WWII) and progressing through the military conflicts that followed, this unique video series shares the voices of the men and women who fought and sacrificed so much for our freedom.