Using Alone
Doesn't Have to
End in Dying Alone

It’s happening all over King County. Street pills being sold as an oxy and perc could actually contain deadly fentanyl. Fentanyl is being mistaken for cocaine. It's nearly impossible to tell if a drug, including powders and rocks, is cut with fentanyl, so it's important to plan for the worst case scenario. Nobody deserves to die from street pills and powders, especially not alone.

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Serious Risks of
taking drugs alone

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The majority of street pills, powders, and rock seized in the area are testing positive for fentanyl. Fentanyl is 50 times stronger than heroin so even a few salt-sized grains in the drug can cause an overdose.

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Overdoses can happen before someone even realizes it. Fentanyl hits you fast, and an overdose can happen in a matter of seconds to minutes. This means it’s nearly impossible for them to know they need to call for help.

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Someone else needs to act. If no one is around to notice an overdose, no one will be able to respond in time. The majority of fatal overdoses in King County happen in situations when someone is using alone.

Backup Plans Can Save Your Life

Things can go really wrong, quickly, when fentanyl is involved. Having someone around is always the safer option. If that’s not possible, there are free services that can send help needed to keep someone alive.

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This free, no-judgment helpline was built out of the need for those who use drugs alone. They’ll ask for your first name, location, and the number you’re calling from. During the time of use, an operator will stay on the line to make sure you don’t overdose. If you stop responding, the operator will notify emergency services right away. Call the line at: 1-800-484-3731.

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A free app that connects people using drugs with someone who can send help if something goes wrong. Designed by people who recognize the dangers of using alone, it’s private, anonymous, and user-focused. Watch the video to learn more.

Know the Dangers of Fentanyl
in King County

Anyone taking drugs should be aware that there’s a high chance of them being laced with fentanyl. Protect those in your life by knowing the risks and why fentanyl is causing so many local deaths.