This page contains links to files and sites that were designed to educate and spread awareness about the illicit fentanyl crisis. If you have questions, comments, additions, etc, please reach out to us.
DEAD ON ARRIVAL (INSTRUCTIONAL DOCUMENTARY)
The film, “dead on arrival” (DOA), is a highly charged look at the fentanyl epidemic and its impact on regular people. Dominic Tierno, who wrote, directed, edited, filmed, and narrated it, was inspired to make this film after learning about Alexander and the hundreds of thousands of victims associated with this crisis.
DOA was produced as a primer for the fentanyl epidemic. As such, the film provides one of the best looks at the crisis and serves to educate young adults and older.
Download mp4 file (3 GB): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uwulEBuWaREIZ82Dji3bxfecs7Hgm-YQ/view?usp=sharing
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Below is a link to files from our Google Drive. Feel free to view/download from there.
RELATED SITES AND RESOURCES
Resources on fentanyl
Information on naloxone
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Partnership for Drug Free Kids- Treatment eBook
An educational guide to inform parents of mental health struggles teens battle every day :
A comprehensive guide on the common behavioral and physical signs of substance use in teenagers: https://www.orlandorecovery.com/blog/signs-of-drug-abuse-in-teenagers/
SAMHSA’s National Helpline
800-622-HELP (4357); or text your 5-digit ZIP Code to 435748
National Drug Helpline
Partnership for Drug Free Kids
Text CONNECT to 55753
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline