Shining hope into lives who’ve lost so much to fentanyl poisoning. Many of us have lost children ourselves, and we’re committed to exposing fentanyl’s hiding places. No street drug is safe, no prescription, either, unless its source is known beyond doubt. Dealers even traffic fentanyl disguised as over-the-counter pills. Many lace small amounts into other drugs. And just a little’s enough to kill.
Channeling grief into service, we empower families to understand the dangers, to avoid the agony of losing loved ones to the fentanyl crisis. These deaths go against the natural order; we aim to set right the balance through awareness. Whatever it takes—social media, advertising, traditional media, public events.
Join us for our Soles Walking 4 Souls walk in October, coinciding with Texas’ Fentanyl Awareness month. Hear the stories of our loved ones, and obtain the information and resources to get help for yours. Addiction experts, rehab specialists, and sober living counselors will all be on hand.
Let’s join together to save lives and honor loved ones in this great tribute, which will include a candlelight vigil. Connect with others and realize YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
Serenity Prayer; God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the Courage to change the things I can, and the WISDOM to know the difference!
Lethal Dose of Fentanyl – Just 2 mg, the amount shown on the end of this pencil.