Get the facts about fentanyl and how it is becoming more prevalent in illicit substances and fake pills. Don’t take a chance: with fentanyl, there is no safe experience.
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 50 to 100 times stronger than heroin and morphine. Pharmaceutical fentanyl was developed for pain management for the treatment of cancer patients. The type of fentanyl we are talking about is not the fentanyl that you would receive in a healthcare setting. A dose the size of a few grains of salt can be lethal and it is often found to be mixed with other illicit substances. It is now regularly seen in fake pills branded as Oxycodone® and Percocet® among others.
Source: 2022 DEA Laboratory testing results
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“No Safe Experience” is a New Hampshire-based, statewide campaign that focuses on awareness by educating youth, young adults and families of the dangers and prevalence of fentanyl in fake pills and illicit drugs.