Serving Metropolitan Detroit Since 1944

Families Against Narcotics Supports Local Communities

The opioid epidemic in Michigan affects thousands of families each year. In 2020, the state saw 1,911 deaths from synthetic narcotics overdoses including Fentanyl and 447 deaths from heroin overdoses that same year. More than a decade prior, heroin overdoses were shaking communities around the state and in 2007, Families Against Narcotics was formed by a group of concerned citizens which included former Assistant Macomb County Prosecutor Linda Davis. The community-based organization began in Fraser and quickly spread across the state. Today, there are nearly two dozen Families Against Narcotic...


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