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Essential Resources for Opioid and Fentanyl Education 

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Opioids & Fentanyl

Dangers of Opioid Use

Engaging in opioid and substance use at a young age can have negative impacts on physical and mental health.

 

The misuse of these substances can lead to:

  • respiratory depression 

  • overdose

  • impaired cognitive function

  • disruption of the normal developmental process

  • hindered academic achievements

  • death

The dangers of opioid misuse

Common drugs and
their street names

 	Two blue oxycontin pills on a gray background. The left one with an ‘M’ stamped into it, the right with a ‘30’ in the top half of the pill.

Oxycodone

(Oxycotin, Tylox, and Percodan) 

 	Two white pills on a gray background. The top pill has ‘G 3729’ stamped into it, the bottom pill has a line in the middle of the pill.

Alprazolam

(Valium, Xanax, Restoril, Ativan, Klonopin)

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Amphetamine

(Adderall, Concerta, Dexedrine, Focalin, Metadate, Methylin, Ritalin)

Bag of white powdered cocaine on a black background with the word ‘Cocaine’ written in white letters across the bottom of the image.

Cocaine

Bag of white powdered heroin on a black background with the word ‘Heroin’ written in white letters across the bottom of the image.

Heroin

Bag of white powdered Methamphetamine on a black background with the word ‘Methamphetamine’ written in white letters across the bottom of the image.

Methamphetamine 

The substances listed above are also commonly laced with Fentanyl*

*Source: Summit County Public Health

The Facts About

Fentanyl

6 out of 10 

Pills Contain A Potentially 

Lethal Dose

Fentanyl is a strong synthetic opioid drug and is 100X stronger than Morphine.  It is commonly mixed with other drugs such as cocaine, oxycodone, and Adderall. 

It is common for fake prescription pills to be laced with fentanyl. They are often sold on social media and e-commerce platforms. 

Who's at risk?

  • Casual users

  • partygoers

  • experimenters

  • regular users

  • unsuspecting bystanders who may come into contact with the powerful opioid. 

Source: NaturalHigh.org

Be able to spot the difference between real and fake prescription pills

Click below on the prescription pills you think are fake to learn how to spot the difference.

Two blue oxycontin pills on a gray background. The left one with an ‘M’ stamped into it, the right with a ‘30’ in the top half of the pill.

Oxycodone

 	Two orangish reddish adderall pills. The left one with an ‘b’ stamped into it over a ‘973’, the right with a ‘2’ on the far left of the pill and a ‘0’ on the far right divided by a line down the middle. Black text claiming ‘Authentic Adderall (20mg) written above the two pills.

Adderall

Long rectangular off white pill on gray background. ‘Xanax’ written on the front of the pill. Black text stating ‘Real’ above white pill.

Xanax

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