SOCIAL WORK

School of Health and Human Sciences

Leaders with Guilford County Solution to the Opioid Problem are warning that the drug, 100 times more potent than fentanyl, could be in the community.

“Folks in the community had told us they felt like they had seen some Carfentanil, some large quantities of it,” said Melissa Floyd Pickard, the Executive Director of GCSTOP, a program through the UNC Greensboro School of Social Work that works to address increases in opioid overdoses and deaths.

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