Opioid Addiction: It Could Happen to Anyone

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Landing Page Campaign Graphic“I wasn’t supposed to become a drug addict. I was just naïve.”

“We had the ‘sex talk’ in school but nobody talked to us about drugs.”

“My husband had surgery, and the pain medicine hooked him within three days.”

Our teens. Our family members. Our friends. It seems nearly everyone today is affected by the opioid crisis, or knows someone who is. And its effects are widespread, leading to anything from accidental addiction to accidental overdose … and even death. If you need help dealing with the opioid problem or know someone who is, check the links below for answers, resources, and help.

This is not intended to be used as a treatment, but to put you on the path to resources.

We also have digital resources to help you share the message.

Find the most recent data on the opioid problem in Kansas City.

 

FIND RESOURCES TODAY:

 

FAMILIES & CAREGIVERS   TEENS
 

FIRST
RESPONDERS

 

SOCIAL
 
SERVICES

 
MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS   DROP OFF YOUR DRUGS
 
NEED HELP? IN CRISIS?

 

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