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Empower Your Journey To Recovery: Explore Our Toolkits for Recovery, Education, and Youth-Friendly Harm Reduction 

The purpose of the Toolkits is to provide a set of training sessions to stimulate discussion that can lead to ‘youth friendly harm reduction’ services. This may entail review of services and resources, renewal in their recovery and possibly customized health and wellness

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STAFF & EMPLOYEES

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COMMUNITY GROUPS

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KEY STAKE HOLDERS

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ADULT & TEEN INDIVIDUALS

LOOKUP INDIANA

Mental and behavioral health issues can be a silent battle. But there’s always hope on the horizon. Whether you want to raise awareness, reduce stigma, find help or assist others—it’s time to Look Up. You can start by looking here for resources, information and providers.

NATURAL HIGH FENTANYL TOOLKIT

Students learn about the dangers of fake prescription pills, particularly those laced with lethal amounts of fentanyl ("fentapills"). The lesson includes reviewing a short educational video or information sheet on fentanyl risks and taking a quiz on life-saving facts.

DEA ON COUNTERFEIT DRUGS

Science-based resources provide students with an understanding of counterfeit drugs' nature, mechanisms, and harmful effects on individuals and communities. Engage students in positive stress management techniques while empowering them to raise awareness about counterfeit drug dangers.

FENTAPILL LESSON

The most important thing you can do right now is watch this 6-minute life-saving video with your kids or students.

AD COUNSEL HIGH SCHOOL LESSON
 

Former drug dealers replace high school teachers for a day to educate students about the prevalence and lethality of fentanyl. Watch as these individuals share firsthand experiences and insights to save lives. Explore their lesson plans covering various subjects or download them all for comprehensive learning.

INQUIRY LEARNING VIDEO RESOURCES

A national family-run nonprofit charity dedicated to raising awareness about fentapills—fake pills made of fentanyl. Partnering with experts, educators, parents, and influencers, we focus on reaching young people aged 13-24. Our programs highlight the emerging dangers of self-medication and casual drug use in the fentanyl era.

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