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LINUS BLOM    2003-2020
died at the age of 17. Linus wanted to compete for the national wrestling team. A strong student who succumbed to the intense pressure to succeed academically, he began taking pills he found online. In 2020, Blom laid down to take a nap and never woke up due to Fentanyl poisoning.

Save Idaho's Youth from Fentanyl poisoning.

“Teenagers are likely to be unaware of just how high-risk experimenting with pills has become, given the recent rise in counterfeit tablets” said study co-author Joseph Friedman, a researcher at UCLA. “It’s often impossible to tell the difference with the naked eye between a real prescription medication obtained from a doctor and a counterfeit version with a potentially deadly dose of fentanyl. It’s urgent that teenagers be given accurate information about the real risks, and strategies to keep themselves and their friends safe.” 

"Fentanyl is the single deadliest drug threat our nation has ever encountered. Fentanyl is everywhere. From large metropolitan areas to rural America, NO community is safe from this poison.

We must take every opportunity to spread the word to prevent fentanyl-related overdose death and poisonings from claiming scores of American lives every day"

-DEA Administrator 
Anne Milgram


Our Campaign - Our Mission

1 dose, 1 lost is a call to action against the silent epidemic threatening our youth. A commitment to protect Idaho's future generations and an urgency to safeguard our teens against the deadly poisoning of Fentanyl. 

The Boise Seal Project aims to safeguard the youth by providing comprehensive education, community support & accessible resources. To equip teens and families of the community with knowledge and the life-saving tool of Narcan. We are calling for every family to keep Narcan in their homes. To encourage the youth keep Narcan on them when they are going to parties with friends & to be able to act quickly if a poisoning was to happen. 

With compassion, determination and collaboration we are dedicated to saving lives.

Our outreach efforts are to spread awareness and fundamentally give the knowledge to our community to recognize the signs of Fentanyl poisoning and know how to save a life in the small time-frame it takes before it takes their life.

We work effortlessly with our community to safeguard our youth through collaborative efforts with local organizations, schools, and families. 

We want to break the stigma that only drug addicts are the ones effected.

With the youth dying from Fentanyl being found in over the counter prescription pills they receive from friends or online. 

This has rapidly become a leading cause of death in American teens. 

We must partner together to address this worsening public heath threat. 

The Boise Seal Project needs your call to action to help us battle this epidemic. Please join our "Save Idaho's Youth from Fentanyl poisoning" Campaign and help us preserve the future of Idaho.

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