Facing Fentanyl is a coalition of affected families and awareness organizations warning the public about the dangers of illicit Fentanyl through prevention and awareness. Families affected by Fentanyl see the importance of primary drug prevention education in schools. Fentanyl is the most prevalent and easily accessed drug by young people in America today. Education for students, teachers, and parents is essential to stopping drug use before it starts and saving lives before it's too late. Operation Facing Fentanyl is a campaign to provide naloxone and primary education tools to schools as they struggle to navigate safety for students.
Operation Facing Fentanyl is a campaign launched to donate prevention education and opioid reversal kits to fifty I.S. schools starting in November 2022
Affected Families believe safety should be a prerequisite, not an afterthought. Donations of primary education and safety kits can jump-start a school into action. Facing Fentanyl has created a donation campaign that assists others wanting to spread prevention education and life-saving kits to schools in need.
We are taking this project further by including a unique QR code linking access to secondary, tertiary, and updated materials for continuing education and resources. (Resources for other illicit drugs, recovery, and addiction)
Illicit drugs are easily accessible and even accessed through social media. The prevalence of illicit fentanyl is driving teen deaths across the country.
Unfortunately, synthetic opioids have made opioid reversal an everyday necessity. It makes sense for schools to have Naloxone, and teaching prevention may mean you never have to use it.
For more information or questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you know which school you want to donate to, GREAT!
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Donations made without a school designation will go to a school in need from our in-house list.