Gray Death Resources

A dangerous new opioid is ravaging communities across the United States. Referred to as “gray death,” this deadly concoction of fentanyl, carfentanil, heroin and synthetic opioids resembles concrete mix. Like many of the lethal opioids that comprise it, a single dose of gray death can kill. As the popularity of gray death grows, so too does the risk that drug users, law enforcement officers and the general public will be exposed to this toxic substance.

With a resolute determination to overcome substance abuse, municipalities can begin to make a change in the lives of families, friends and neighbors. Whether you’re currently struggling with opioid addiction, or you’re the loved one of someone who is, these resources can address your questions and concerns about gray death and help you explore some of the treatment options available in your local area.

Why Gray Death Is Dangerous

Gray death is one of the most deadly, potent opioids sold on the streets today. Find out more about the specific dangers this substance poses to the Buckeye State.

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How to Help a Loved One With Gray Death Addiction

You or someone you love can overcome opioid dependence. Learn more about how you can help a friend or family member work through their substance use disorder.

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How to Help a Loved One With Gray Death Addiction