Warning: Heroin Laced With Carfentanil Overdose Deaths Rising
We are not here to judge or lecture anyone, but we are here to help save lives and share a very important message to anyone who is using heroin. Since July of 2016 twenty-one (21) people have overdosed and died from carfentanil laced heroin in Palm Beach County, Fl alone, reports the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner’s office.
Carfentanil Is Killing Our Community
are those who think because they have been using heroin for so long that carfentanil will not affect them as bad as if they were trying drugs for the first time, but that is completely false. The truth is that a single grain of carfentanil can kill a human being. Carfentanil is used to tranquilize large animals like elephants and rhinos, so it is extremely deadly to humans.
The Number Of Carfentanil Overdose Deaths Are Rising
Many addicts are out there right now struggling to get clean, if you know one, it’s time for you to step in and do an intervention before it is too late. If you are not sure how to help your loved one, contact now us now at 800-861-6854, or CHAT LIVE. We have been helping addicts into recovery since 1998 and we understand and know how to help. If there was ever a time to stop using heroin, now is the time. Our community is suffering greatly and we don’t want to lose one more soul to this insidious disease.
Carfentanil Overdose Deaths
If you are the one who is struggling, you don’t have to live this way anymore. We know that many addicts don’t come into treatment or recovery because they are scared that it won’t work or that they will never be OK without drugs, but that just isn’t true. There are people right now who have come into recovery who are not only happy without drugs, but have had the obsession removed and no longer find it a problem. If it can work for them, it can work for you if you are willing to take certain steps. Stop fighting to live a life that is killing you and start living a life that you deserve and that is waiting for you now.
If you are still not convinced that it is time to stop using heroin, try looking at the faces that heroin has taken from us: Memorial Wall
These faces are our friends, brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, employees, employers, etc…These are the lives that heroin has destroyed, along with the countless loved ones that now have to live this life without them.
This is our community and it is time we take it back! Say no to heroin by recovering from it and showing others that they too can recover.
We can and do recover from the disease of addiction provided we are willing to give up the fight and surrender to win through a program of action. The first step to get you there is to ask for help and take it. Contact us now!
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