During the 22/23 school year, a cross-collaborative group of students from Corona del Sol High School and McClintock High School began working on a fentanyl awareness campaign called “No Second Chance”. Staff members from the District’s Social Emotional Wellness team, as well as the Community Relations team, worked closely with the students throughout the year as they developed the different elements of the awareness campaign.
The goal of the campaign was to understand the level of awareness of the dangers of fentanyl and promote additional awareness and education among students and the wider TUHSD community. Experts from the Tempe Coalition, The Pathway Program, and Tempe Police Department all lent their support to this project.
Key Fentanyl Facts:
- There are about 53,000 deaths caused by fentanyl every year.
- 44 percent of fentanyl tested contained lethal doses
- Fentanyl is 50 times more potent than morphine.
- Narcan is used to reverse an overdose
- 40 percent of fake pills contain a lethal dose of fentanyl
- The Good Samaritan Law offers legal protection to people who give reasonable assistance to those who are or whom they believe to be injured
SACLA Fentanyl Facts:
Social & Emotional Wellness
There are local resources available for mental health support. There are numerous organizations and licensed professionals across the Valley. The Tempe Union High School District Crisis Team hopes you find this list a helpful place to start. The inclusion of a professional or service does not indicate the district’s endorsement.
*While the Tempe Union High School District strives to make all information provided timely, accurate, and appropriate, the District makes no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the services that may be provided by any organization listed on this site. Reference on this site to any specific service or organization does not constitute an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by TUHSD. No warranty of any kind, implied, expressed, or statutory is provided by the District to any person that chooses to engage these organizations.
CARE 7 Youth Specialists
Contact Youth Specialists for social-emotional support needs and additional questions regarding community resources or services.
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