Over 100,000 people die from overdose each year, more than in the entire Vietnam and Gulf Wars combined with fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, present in 80% of the overdose deaths.  Fentanyl is deadly, 50 times more potent than heroin, hard to detect and present in almost every illegal street drug.

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Fentanyl is Deadly

Overdose deaths kill over 100,000 Americans each year, with 80% coming from fentanyl that is present in almost every illegal drug.

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Millions Need Treatment

The Opioid Crisis has helped fuel an addiction pandemic that has impacted millions of Americans who now need access to treatment.

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Relapse Rates are High

Relapse rates can be as high as 75% in the months following treatment because individuals don't have the structure and support they need.

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A Chronic Disease

Addiction is a brain disorder that must be managed over one's lifetime.  It cannot be "cured" with 30 days of rehab treatment.

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Adolescents Are at Risk

1 in 10 adolescents will develop addiction before they leave high school.  The disease rewires their brain before it has time to fully develop making addiction harder to treat.

Addiction Is Costly

Addiction has a $1 trillion dollar economic impact annually in healthcare, law enforcement, lost productivity at work, and legal cost.

The Problem

Overdose kills over 100,000 people a year driven by deadly fentanyl