A new campaign - including billboards, website, podcasts and...
VICTIMS OF ILLICIT DRUGS
June 17, 2023
V.O.I.D. “Victims Of Illicit Drugs” was formed two years ago with the knowledge that the most effective method of reducing the number of deaths due to
fentanyl poisoning is through education and awareness. Those efforts have included presentations in English and Spanish to hundreds of thousands of men, women and children here in the United States, and also in countries like Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Spain, and France, where education, awareness and prevention is key!
exhibit closed in June 2023, with the County Behavioral Health team continuing the
awareness effort by launching in a matter of weeks, an aggressive education and awareness campaign. The campaign will include billboards; one of which, is featured above displayed throughout the
County, a new fentanyl-specific site full of resources for the community, whose tag line is: “Fentanyl Doesn’t
Care, But We Do”, along with other initiatives such as podcasts, in school presentations, Parent Fentanyl Seminars in both English and Spanish and public events during the upcoming year.
Into Light, Cal-State San
Bernardino, County Behavioral Health, and many, many others are an example of what can be done to spread this life-saving knowledge. VOID is proud and extremely privileged to be part of this, knowing that our children’s legacy will be in saving others and that their deaths were not in vain.
Please remember VOID when you consider organizations you want to monetarily support. Your tax-exempt contributions are sincerely appreciated and used for the purpose of expanding our programs anywhere and everywhere possible. Knowledge is power, and knowledge of illicit fentanyl’s deadly potential is the first step in reducing the number of deaths that continue to rise
throughout our country.
VOID was formed to bring to the public’s attention, through education, awareness and legislative advocacy, the immediate danger of sudden death associated with the use of illicit drugs, in particular FENTANYL, and other emerging
synthetic analogs. This will be accomplished through the creation of a network of private, state and national governmental organizations, working together, to provide knowledge, preventive tools, and proposed legislation necessary to reduce the number of deaths occurring through this ever-increasing scourge confronting our society. We will speak on behalf of our loved ones, who can no longer speak for themselves.
VOID is a California Non-Profit, Tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) Corporation (Tax ID #87-0899481)