TRUE STORY: Adam Moser, 27, Portsmouth, N.H, Fentanyl

Adam Moser was popular, adventurous, athletic, a college grad, a top fisherman and a World War II history buff who fluently spoke French. In 2015, he died at age 27 after overdosing on the powerful synthetic opioid, fentanyl. Read more.

 

                   738 overdoses in Manchester in 2016. (Source: DEA New England Division)
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Teens share ideas about tackling opioid epidemic

(WMUR, October 27) Since Manchester’s anti-drug youth summit earlier this year, several local teen leaders have been trying to come up with solutions to the state’s opioid crisis. Read more.

New Hampshire gearing up for 14th Drug Take Back Day

(WMUR, October 19) New Hampshire, one of the states hardest hit by opioid addiction, is getting ready for the DEA sponsored “Take Back Day” event on October 28. Read more.

Students say they learned a lot at summit on opioids

(WMUR, March 10) The youth summit on the opioid crisis had a positive impact on local student attendees. Read more.

High school students, experts discuss opioid crisis on Facebook

(WMUR, March 30) Local high school students and addiction experts linked up recently for a public discussion about the dangers of opioids held on Facebook live. Read more.