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OD Free Marin collaborates with Song for Charlie to educate parents about preventing youth overdose

Marin parent Jessica Schiller, whose daughter Naomi died of an overdose, joined a panel discussion on fentanyl at the Marin County Office of Education (MCOE) which held a screening of the documentary, “Drugs in the Age of Fentanyl.” Marin County community-based prevention coalition, OD Free Marin collaborated on the event with Song for Charlie, a nonprofit that raises awareness about fake pharmaceutical pills laced with fentanyl.

Schiller decided to share her story about losing her daughter to fentanyl and work to broaden conversations about drug addiction, prevention, and recovery.

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