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KILLER HIGH: THE SILENT CRISIS
Killer High: The Silent Crisis is written, directed and produced by Tim Sarquis and Brandon Johansen.
The executive producers are Ricky Courtney, Jacqueline McLean, Martin Ortiz and Brandon Ridge.
You can stream the documentary on the ABC Owned Television Stations' connected TV Apps:
ABC30 Central California, ABC7 Los Angeles, ABC7 Bay Area,
ABC7 New York, ABC7 Chicago, 6abc Philadelphia, ABC13 Houston, and ABC11 Raleigh-Durham.
The face of drug use in America is changing.
Fentanyl, a highly addictive opioid, is making its way into the bedrooms of teenagers, often with just a few text messages or a few taps on a smartphone.
Killer High: The Silent Crisis, a haunting
original documentary from ABC Localish Studios and ABC30, explores the impact
of fentanyl — through the eyes of the
families impacted by it, the law enforcement
officers desperate to get it off the streets,
and the medical professionals who have to
deal with its deadly consequences.
Amy, a nurse and mother of three boys struggling to deal with her oldest son's addiction; and Penny, who lost her oldest son to a fentanyl overdose and has vowed to keep her son’s memory alive by helping other parents spot the warning signs.
We also hear from first responders, health officials, and law enforcement officers about why fentanyl's impact is unlike any drug they've dealt with before.
We hear from two mothers.
Just a tiny amount of this dangerous drug can have deadly consequences.
Parents & Addicts In Need
is a Fresno-based non-profit organization that specializes
in rehabilitation services and support for substance users
and their families.
You can contact them at
(559) 579-1551 or find more information on their website.
In case of an overdose, Narcan can help save a life. You can get it for free here:
- Fresno County Dept. of Public Health
1221 Fulton Street, Fresno, CA 93721
- Parents & Addicts in Need (PAIN)
83 E Shaw Ave Suite 202, Fresno, CA 93710
HOW TO GET NARCAN
If you or someone you know is battling substance abuse, call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's 24-hour helpline at
It's free and confidential.