In memory of the many men and women that lost their lives to fentanyl, the killer drug.




There is a dangerous "new" drug that is killing people all across Georgia and North America

Quite likely it is the most powerful, most deadly drug you may have never heard of. This drug is called fentanyl. (pronounced fen-tan-il) When misused, fentanyl is a death drug. In 2015, there were an estimated 300 - 350 deaths from this drug in Georgia.  

Who are  the victims? They were our sons and daughters; they were our brothers and sisters, and they were our moms and dads. They were our neighbors. Some were drug addicts; most were not. The victims come from all walks of life. Some worked in retail, some were chefs, others were professionals, attorneys and engineers. All were loved and are sorely missed by their families and friends. All died senseless deaths.





Fentanyl has become a huge problem in our society. While this site focuses on fentanyl in Georgia and the Southeast US, make no mistake that death from fentanyl, fentanyl-laced heroin, and fake or counterfeit pills made from fentanyl are occurring all across the US, Canada, and the world at an alarming rate.

What is fentanyl and where does it come from? Why are so many people dying from it? On this web site, we will attempt to answer these questions, plus many more. We are not pharmacology experts but we will share information that we have learned and point you to other sources for more detailed, technical information. This information is presented in common terms, without the clinical jargon. If you have further questions, feel free to post on our Facebook forum page or send us an email.

If you have a friend or family member that died from fentanyl toxicity, we would love to hear from you. Please email us



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