Fentanyl Awareness and Education

Actionable Resources for Concerned Citizens

The page contains resources for Fentanyl Awareness and Education. You will find printable handouts and posters, videos, links to other fentanyl education resources, and more.

Let’s work together to get the word out…fentanyl is everywhere and everyone needs to fully understand the dangers, and what to do in case of a overdose or poisoning.

Fentanyl Education and Awareness

May 10, 2022 and August 21, 2022 are National Awareness Fentanyl Awareness days. Spread the word. Make sure everyone in your sphere of influence knows about the dangers of fentanyl poisoning.

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One Pill Can Kill Fentanyl Fact Sheet

Handout 2-sides

Drug Facts - Fentanyl

6-page – Fact Sheet

Drug Facts - Fentanyl

6-page Fact Sheet (Spanish)

Fact Sheet 2-pages

Fentanyl Awareness Day Press Release

Awareness Day Press Release

One pill can kill poster

Poster

Fentanyl Awareness Poster

Poster – San Diego County

San Diego Community Alert

Community Alert – San Diego

2-Page Handout in Spanish

stopthevoid.org logoVOID: VICTIMS OF ILLICIT DRUGS

VOID was formed to bring to the public’s attention, through education, awareness and legislative advocacy, the immediate danger of sudden death associated with the use of illicit drugs, in particular FENTANYL, and other emerging synthetic analogs.

NATIONAL FENTANYL PREVENTION AND AWARENESS DAY™ AUGUST 21

National Fentanyl Prevention and Awareness Day™ is established in remembrance of the loved ones who lost their lives due to illicit fentanyl poisoning and to acknowledge the devastation this drug has brought to hundreds of thousands of affected family members and friends. This coordinated day of response is for fentanyl awareness organizations and affected families to come together sharing their lived experiences as part of a whole group warning and informing our youth, the public and the unsuspecting. This day will be observed on August 21.

Facing Fentanyl
Fentanyl emergency

Naloxone (Narcan)

Narcan reverses the Effects of an Overdose. A fentanyl overdose may require more than one dose.

NARCAN POSTER
NARCAN POSTER

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