The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has issued a Public Safety Alert warning Americans of the alarming increase in the lethality and availability of fake prescription pills containing fentanyl and methamphetamine.
This alert coincides with the launch of DEA’s One Pill Can Kill Public Awareness Campaign to educate the public of the dangers of counterfeit pills and urges all Americans to take only medications prescribed by a medical professional and dispensed by a licensed pharmacist.
Creekside Behavioral Health Hospital
Overcoming mental and behavioral health problems can be difficult. At Creekside Behavioral Health, we make it our goal to treat all our patients and their families with compassion and empathy to help them through the process. If you or someone you know needs help, we are here.
Just Think Twice
If you or someone you care about is using or at risk of using drugs, there’s hope. It’s not too late to get help or to help! The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids has trained professionals to available via phone and online chat to help people who think their loved one is struggling with substance misuse.
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Appalachian Substance Abuse Coalition
The Appalachian Substance Abuse Coalition’s mission is to inform and engage our communities to understand, own, and address the epidemic of substance abuse and misuse. The vision of the coalition is to have safe, healthy, and prosperous communities with effective prevention, treatment, recovery, and support resources.