THE NEW DANGERS OF HEROIN

No one is safe

THE NEW DANGERS OF HEROIN

Presenters: Bergen County Drug Task Force and Prosecutor’s Office

Heroin use and deaths are on the rise. This year alone, there have been more than 10 deaths from heroin overdoses in Bergen County, including youth from Ramsey, Franklin Lakes, and Allendale.

On Wednesday, April 30, learn from the people on the frontlines about this new surge in heroin use. Today’s heroin is:

· Easy to purchase (today’s dealer delivers)

· Easy to afford (one dose can cost as little as $5)

· Easy to use (since the drug is so pure, most users start with snorting)

· Easy to conceal (no smell, no paraphernalia needed, no erratic behavior at first)

· Easy to become addicted to (it only takes a few tries to become seriously addicted)

· And sadly, easy to die from (heroin has never been so pure and so lethal)

NO ONE IS IMMUNE. Now more than ever parents and others need to be informed of the new dangers of heroin addiction.

THE NEW DANGERS OF HEROIN

Wednesday, April 30th, 7:30pm

Midland Park High School

Space is limited and interest high. Please RSVP by Monday, 4/21/14 to mphspta@gmail.com


Special thanks to the Midland Park administration for extending an invitation to the Waldwick community.