We all know the opioid epidemic has been a growing concern in our communities. In times of emergency, it can be challenging to locate life-saving medication like Naloxone.
This map is intended to help individuals on the road to recovery from Opioid addiction and dependence by showing where resources are available to them.
It is also intended to serve as a tool for concerned parents, educators, and members of our community who may want to learn more about this epidemic and how to ensure that no other person falls victim to these substances.
This project is led by Project Opioid South Florida, an initiative of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance Foundation.
Project Opioid South Florida is part of a statewide initiative funded by the Florida Blue Foundation to drastically reduce the number of opioid-related fatalities by bringing together business, faith, and philanthropic leaders in key markets throughout Florida. Project Opioid initiatives have been launched in Central Florida, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, and South Florida.
The mission of Project Opioid South Florida is to gather and educate influential community leaders across all sectors: business, faith, nonprofit, and law enforcement sectors to create awareness and implement strategies among the business community to stop the growing opioid crisis in South Florida County.
Criminal drug networks mass-produce fake pills and sell them online as legitimate prescription pills. Fake prescription pills are easily accessible and often sold on social media and e-commerce platforms, making them available to anyone with a smartphone, including minors.
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Project Opioid South Florida is not affiliated with any political party or endorsement.
Supported by The Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, Beacon Council, and Bussiness Development Board of Palm Beach County.
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