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In 2021, the CDC reports that Fentanyl alone is responsible for 67% of the 107,375 overdose deaths.

We predict 2022 will be the deadliest year yet. 

Reporting is often delayed as Fentanyl deaths has caused a lack of resources in toxicology testing and results. 

DEA Administrator, Anne Miligram explains on (2022):

"Fentanyl is the single deadliest drug threat our nation has ever encountered. Fentanyl is everywhere".

"No community is safe from this poison".


According to the DEA, only a few milligrams of fentanyl, can kill a full grown man. Photo above credited to the DEA.GOV

We Must Take Action Ourselves...

According to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid used to treat patients with severe pain. However, there is illegal and illicit fentanyl, which is created in underground labs in countries such as Mexico and China, and then smuggled into the US primarily under the control of the Mexican Cartel.


The drugs are impossible to identify until it is too late.  They are laced and disguised mostly to match real pill forms and nasal sprays that appear to be  controlled, pharmaceutical grade prescription drugs. More recently, fentanyl has even been made to look like candy.

Fentanyl is killing Americans at a record speed, often being recorded as a mass killing, as many are unaware they were not taking fentanyl. 

How severe is this epidemic?

We Can do this Together


Parents, caregivers and other adult influencers need to be educated, allowing them to come fully prepared to a discussion with our youth. Social media is widely used as an e-commerce platform for advertising and the sale of drugs, including fentanyl. Check out the DEA's emoji decoding flier on what to keep a look out for around social media. 

What is Carfentanil?

Carfentanil is an even more potent drug,  100x more potent than Fentanyl and 10000x more potent than Morphine Usually found mixed with large animal tranquilizers, such for elephants. 

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