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In a typical 30 mg pill–it only takes 2 mg of fentanyl for a lethal dose. That’s about the size of a few grains of sand.

Teens seek out drugs to cope with stress & Anxiety.

Of 10th Graders in Pike County said "My overall mental health in the past month has NOT been good."
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Of 6th Graders in Pike County said "In the past 12 months I have felt depressed or sad MOST days, even if I felt OK sometimes."
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Of 6th & 12th Graders in Pike County said "All in all, I am inclined to think that I am a failure."
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Fentanyl Solutions.

Finding ways to help prepare and protect yourself and others from the dangers of fentanyl is crucial. Having resources such as Naloxone Nasal Spray could make the difference in saving one’s life.

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Deactivate Unused Prescription Drugs.

Have liquid meds? Have medication patches? Have expired or unused pill medications? No problem! Learn about our many ways of disposing medications to prevent them from getting into the wrong hands.

Don't become a statistic.

Pike County Substance Abuse Task Force meets monthly to address the issue of addiction, reduce the stigma associated with addiction, and improve the health of all residents. Their strategic plan focuses on prevention, enhancing the continuum of care in the treatment and recovery process, and implementing harm reduction strategies. 

Of Overdose-Related Deaths in Pike County were Attributed to Fentanyl
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We’re not helpless against fentanyl in Carbon, Monroe and Pike Counties. Whether you’re a parent or teacher looking to start the conversation, or someone who is seeking treatment, we have you covered.

Need Help?

Carbon Monroe Pike Drug and Alcohol Commission: 24 hour toll free hotline number for individuals seeking treatment
Funding is available for the uninsured and underinsured. Click here.

Want to get involved?

Overdose Prevention Taskforce

The Carbon Monroe Pike Drug and Alcohol Commission hosts quarterly meetings of its Overdose Taskforce via TEAMS. All are welcome to be part of the solution. If interested, let us know and you will receive a link to participate.

Fight Fentanyl

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