Combatting the Fentanyl Crisis

Wednesday, August 31st, was National Overdose Awareness Day, and I want to take this time to discuss the recent surge of fentanyl analogues and the danger they pose to our communities. Fentanyl is a controlled substance. However, illicit fentanyl production is the primary driver of our record- breaking numbers. Fentanyl abuse has become more prevalent and more dangerous in recent years due to “fentanyl analogues” and “fentanyl-related substances,” which are similar in chemical makeup but far more powerful. One life lost to overdose is one life too many. Sadly, from April 2020 to April 2021, we saw over 100,000 overdose…

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HELPING…Great Plains Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Team took a quick site seeing trip to see Hurricane Nicole coming in at Daytona beach after a day

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