One Pill Can Kill is a campaign to make the public aware that “the DEA Laboratory has found that, of the fentanyl-laced fake prescription pills analyzed in 2022, six out of ten now contain a potentially lethal dose of fentanyl.” The campaign offers:
Song for Charlie is a non-profit charity organization, started and run by the parents of Charlie Ternan, who, at age 22 and about to graduate from college, died from taking a pill he thought was percocet, but contained fentanyl.
Inquiry Learning includes seven examples of questions to pose to students, and eight additional sets of resources
Classroom Lesson Materials, developed by staff of the Beaverton School District in the State of Oregon. Slides, videos and articles for students, based on the DEA One Pill Can Kill information campaign, are FREE.