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Public Health is addressing the overdose epidemic by working with partners to prevent overdoses, increasing access to evidence-based treatment, and providing harm reduction services.
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Fentanyl overdoses are on the rise in King County. Laced & Lethal is your source for information on pills and powders laced with Fentanyl.
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Can people find recovery from addiction? Yes! Most people will go on to find recovery and are far more likely to if they receive specialist treatment for their addiction. Learn more at supportaddictionrecovery.com
A teen dies of overdose about every 2 weeks in King County. King County families are facing a dangerous reality: Fatal fentanyl overdoses are on the rise. Even if you don’t think your teen is at risk, they need to be prepared. Learn more at talkevenif.com