Updated: Jun 18
By Adam's parents, Jim and Jeanne
Adam James Moser
East Kinsgton, New Hampshire
Adam died from a prescription opioid ‘"hobby" that escalated to a fentanyl death when the pills, "ran out of road." If you gave him five minutes, you liked him. Adam was friendly, easygoing, intelligent, fun-loving- and missed by all. His death represents the consequence of abusive behaviors when combined with a potentially deadly product. Opioids stop you from breathing when abused. The world needs to know that!
From that, we created a prescription opioid education campaign that uses secure storage and safe handling as a medium for educating about opioid risks. The campaign is called #ZeroLeft. www.zero-left.com
Education is the foundation of prevention! Please respect prescription opioids when you bring them into your home.