I wish you could go to East Lincoln highschool, my husband's son ( my bonus son) died of an accidental overdose, his other 16 yr old son attends this school, and what you do is soooo important. People need to be educated about the dangers of what's out there today
"synthetic opioid overdoses have now killed more Americans than the wars in Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iran combined". It breaks our hearts that Hunter Dalton is included in that statistic. Illicit Fentanyl IS an ENEMY in our country that leaves a path of senseless deaths in its wake. #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
WOW!!! Such an incredible bust by law enforcement, but so incredibly scary that this could have been out on our streets. Stay diligent and remember that NO drug is safe! Illicit Fentanyl is a serial killer and we have to stop it from coming in across our borders. #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
DAYTON, Ohio — The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday a joint operation that led to the seizure of over 40 pounds of fentanyl. The Miami Valley Bulk Smuggling Task Force, Federal...
An incredible two days speaking to the students of Columbus County Schools. What an amazing group of students and faculty. The feedback has been great and I pray these students will heed the warning. Hunter Dalton, you are making a difference. #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
Our Foundation had a great week speaking to the students at Bailey Middle School and Bradley Middle School. Hunter attended both of these schools and we will forever cherish those wonderful memories. We hope the students will choose the HDLife and heed our warning about recreational drug use. Our week ended with an amazing group of people with Monat. Thank you Molly and Toni. So great to see Karla there and here her share some “Hunter stories” that I had not heard before ❤️#HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
Gabe, thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you are doing to make a difference in this young man's life and the lives of so many others! Thank you also for your words of encouragement and support! This picture of you guys wearing the bracelets made my day! I know together we will make a difference! #HDLifeToday at Seacrest we were able to accept a young man into our care through Debbie Dalton’s grace and loving coordination. She goes above and beyond to raise awareness surrounding the opioid crisis we are facing in this country. Debbie so selflessly started Hunter Dalton HD LIFE Foundation in honor of her son. She sent us these bracelets that continue to carry hope and awareness that others may not have to suffer.
We are grateful for her contribution and outreach to de-stigmatize the epidemic and be a voice to raise awareness. It is creating ripple affects in the lives of others. ✨
Realizing we can use the pain we are experiencing to create change is a powerful moment. ... See MoreSee Less
So incredibly touched and grateful to Rockingham Middle School for honoring Hunter with HDLife day at their school today. Our hearts are full seeing these students wearing shirts they designed that say "Don't Stop Living the HDLife". Love and hugs to you all and remember to get high on LIFE not drugs! #HDLifeFor day four of Rockingham Middle School's #RedRibbonWeek, students and staff wore their HDLife shirts to help raise money for the Hunter Dalton HDLife Foundation. These awesome Rockets raised nearly $600 to donate to the Foundation! Awesome job! #BetterTogether #HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — A dangerous and deadly drug is popping up disguised to look like marijuana. KUTV obtained an internal law enforcement bulletin describing the trend. The bulletin warned law e...
Another senseless tragedy. One second, one decision....no second chance!! Illicit Fentanyl is merciless and continues to take lives every day. Please heed the warning and stay away from drugs because you CAN'T know what is in them! #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
We are so incredibly grateful and touched beyond words by this loving gesture from Rockingham Middle School students. Ashley Canas and Camryn Smith the T-shirt design is great. I can't wait to see the finished product. Thank you so very much for helping us to share Hunter's story and for your kind hearts. #HDLifeCongratulations to our Rockets Ashley Canas and Camryn Smith (not pictured) for winning their school's t-shirt design contest. Students at Rockingham Middle School were so inspired by Debbie Dalton's presentation from the Hunter Dalton HDLife Foundation, that students submitted t-shirt designs to raise money for the foundation.
During Red Ribbon Week this month, students will wear these t-shirts and the money collected from the shirts will go towards the HDLife Foundation. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to Myers Park Dream Team , Sivonne Stone and all the amazing students, parents and faculty at Myers Park High School for allowing me to share Hunter’s story. Hugh Shannon it is always an honor to share the stage with you and I know David and Hunter are smiling down on us.❤️#HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Cordova Middle School for your love and support. #HDLifeDebbie Dalton, mother of Hunter Dalton ♥️, made her way to Richmond County to inform all students about the danger of drugs and how☝🏾ONE☝🏻choice can determine your path in the future. She ended her presentation by saying, “I wish I could hug every single one of you” ~ a wish from a mother who will grieve the loss of her son forever. Powerful proof that even broken 💔 hearts can still give LOVE...Mrs. Dalton’s purpose in creating the “HDLife Foundation” is to SAVE the LIVES of our youth from the deadly drugs that have RAVAGED our world 🌍 If you haven’t heard her story, you MUST! ✝️ thehdlife.org #stoptheepidemic ... See MoreSee Less
Debbie Hunt Dalton
You are such a great mother; l know Hunter thought the same thing!!
What you are doing, in Hunter’s memory, has probably touched each heart listening to your tragedy! I am so very thankful for what you do; please keep the memory going out so that my grand teens and many others can learn the dangers of drugs out there!!!
God Bless You!!!