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Confidential Recovery CEO Appears on KUSI Good Morning San Diego to Discuss Fentanyl

Scott made another guest appearance on the KUSI News morning show “Good Morning San Diego” to discuss the dangers of fentanyl.

Notably, he explained that he considers fentanyl to be almost more of a poison than a drug, due to it’s potency. Fentanyl is 100 times stronger than morphine and 50 times stronger than heroin. Fentanyl has driven the deadly overdose explosion which kills more than 350 people per day (according to the CDC). Opioids (like fentanyl) are responsible for 70% of these overdoses.

Accidental overdose is the number one killer of people aged 18 to 45. Many of those who overdose, do so unwittingly, unwittingly taking another drug, like Xanax or Adderall, in which fentanyl is mixed in.

Watch the entire segment here:



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Scott H. Silverman
CEO / Founder
Scott found himself "hitting bottom" in 1984 and accepted that he needed help for his problem and pursued treatment and long-term recovery. After pursuing his own recovery, Scott dedicated his life to helping others who struggle with the same mental health and addiction issues that caused him so much pain. Scott has made an indelible mark on the lives of many in San Diego. He has been on KUSI dozens of times to raise awareness about the dangers that we face, and to speak a message of recovery.