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If you, or someone you know need assistance, have overdosed, or need treatment, we’re here.

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RELINK.ORG

Those newly recovering from addiction may not know where to start.  They are also often faced with scrutiny and frustratingly high barriers rather than encouragement and support.  Visit relink.org

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GREATER THAN HEROIN

Big change begins with a small step. We have an open mind and heart…understanding is greater than heroin. We can make a difference together at GreaterThanHeroin.com

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH

The NIH has a wealth of knowledge at their website drugabuse.gov. If you’re ready to learn more about cocaine, fentanyl, or treatment options, this is a good first step.

VISIT DRUGABUSE.GOV

FAITH-BASED RESOURCES

We have prepared a set of awareness and education resources for the faith-based communities.

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FIND TEST STRIPS

Fentanyl testing strips are mostly used by people who inject opioids. Drugs in pill or powder form can also be tested (i.e. cocaine, MDMA, ketamine, and other non-injectable drugs) but must be mixed with water prior to testing. Since fake pills may have fentanyl very unevenly mixed into them, the entire pill should be crushed to be sure none is missed.

Testing at the Insite Safe Injection Facility in Vancouver showed that during one month in 2016 86% of ALL DRUGS tested were positive for fentanyl, whether pills or powder.  Any amount of fentanyl can be deadly.

The Centers and Circle Health Services

Provide injection drug users with clean supplies, fentanyl test strips, and education to prevent infection and other harm to the user. They operate one of the only syringe exchange programs in Ohio. Also offer free naloxone kits. No appointment is necessary—walk-ins are welcome.

Addiction services and test strip locations can be found at The Centers. Please visit their website for more information. www.thecentersohio.org/services/addiction

IN THE NEWS

WE ALL KNOW SOMEONE.

Thousands have died.  The heroin and opiate epidemic has changed dramatically over the past year.

NEW DANGER.

Many drugs are now being laced/cut with fentanyl.  You can hear it on the news and see it on the streets.

SAVE YOUR LIFE.

The only way to save your life and stop this crisis is to make smart choices. Know what’s insideyourdrugs.com.

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We know cocaine is illegal. We’re not here for that. We are here to help you stay safe and avoid an overdose. Visits to this website or test strip locations are confidential. No cookies. No questions. 100% anonymity.