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On May 9th, we observe National Fentanyl Awareness Day.
Today, NOBLE takes a moment to remember those who have lost their lives to this deadly drug, as well as the families and communities that continue to suffer.
As part of our efforts to prevent Fentanyl use, NOBLE's Training Team has developed a free resource called "Hidden in Plain Sight" to help families, community members, and leaders recognize potential signs of use in those around them.
Click this link to view a 3D model of a bedroom that is used in law enforcement training to teach individuals how to identify drug paraphernalia. The room is designed like a typical bedroom but intentionally modified to include drug paraphernalia and other items indicating drug use. Syringes, pipes, spoons, scales, and baggies may be hidden in drawers, under the bed, or in other unexpected places. The model is viewed from different angles to identify potential hazards. This 3D model is a valuable tool for educating individuals about drug paraphernalia and the risks associated with drug use that are truly "Hidden in Plain Sight."
For more information about NOBLE's Harm Reduction and Prevention Program, please view our Training Site or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.