Everything good and bad all at once

Fentanyl is everywhere in the news as a dangerous substance, especially for youth. But what is it, why is it so dangerous, and what can parents, educators and youth do to prevent its dangerous consequences? This workshop will help you learn all this and more.

Fentanyl is a potent synthetic opioid drug that is used in medical settings for pain management. It is similar to other opioids like morphine and heroin, but much stronger. Fentanyl can be dangerous when not used correctly and can be very addictive.


  • The harmful effects of fentanyl on the body and mind
  • Why poorly made fentanyl found on the “street” is extra threatening,
  • How it is used in medicinal setting and how this differs from recreational use,
  • The potential risks and dangers associated with fentanyl abuse and addiction
  • They will also learn about the current opioid epidemic and the role fentanyl plays in it,
  • How to recognize the signs of fentanyl use and addiction, including physical symptoms and changes in behavior.