OVERDOSE!! 3 years later and it is still not real! 30 years from now it will still not be real. We never saw this coming and we are not alone. So many heartbroken families. Please continue to warn and educate about the dangers of recreational drugs. The Opioid Crisis is still claiming lives every day. Today is a day for honoring all of the precious lives lost to this evil. Hunter Dalton, you will never be forgotten! #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
Just a reminder of how deadly Fentanyl is!!!! Please continue to share Hunter's story. Knowledge is power and can save lives. Fentanyl has NOT gone away and has been found in every kind of recreational drug. No illicit drug is safe! No source is safe. #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
This interview was done awhile ago but sadly the news continues to get worse. Overdose deaths are climbing at an alarming rate and Fentanyl remains a persistent threat to our young people. Thank you UNC-TV for sharing our story which will air this Thursday night at 8:00 PM. Information is power! Share with your children!! #HDLife
UNC-TV In December 2016, Debbie Dalton received the phone call every parent dreads: Her 23-year-old son Hunter had overdosed. Debbie shares her heartbreaking story of loss, and how her experience inspired her to help other families through the Hunter Dalton HD LIFE Foundation, an organization created in her son's honor.
Just breaks my heart all over again. I can’t imagine the pain you feel Debbie. I will always be in awe of you￼.. You are the bravest person I know￼. So proud to be your friend and thank you for all that you are doing for all the families. ❤️#HDLife❤️
Love and miss you Debbie.
Hunter Dalton, you are missed everyday! Love ❤️ lasts forever. #HDLife
Fentanyl is still a huge threat that continues to leave a path of destruction. Please continue to share Hunter Dalton's story. Trust me, you do not want this unbearable tragedy to happen to your family! #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
Life in prison should be the sentence with no chance at parole.
Hunter Dalton was my
This foundation was founded by Hunter’s Mom, Debbie Hunt Dalton, in Hunter’s memory to educate the dangers of this so powerful drug, and to save so many lives!
Please share this story, and consider donating to the HDLife Foundation!!
Our precious Hunter, we miss you every second of every day! Parents, I know there is so much on your plate right now but please continue to educate and warn your children about the dangers of recreational drug use. Fentanyl is still here, the danger is still here and we are loosing our precious children every single day from the Opioid Crisis. Please don't let this unbearable tragedy happen to your family! #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
Here is an opportunity to properly dispose of unused prescription drugs in your home! #HDLife RECEIVE A FREE AT-HOME DRUG DISPOSAL POUCH We’ve Partnered with SAFE Project to Deactivate Half a Million Pills in Four Weeks Deterra Drug Deactivation System and SAFE Project Logos Deterra® and SAFE Project are on a mission to take half a million pills out of homes leading through National Prevention Week (May 10-16). Help be part of the solution by simply cleaning out your medicine cabinet and properly disposing of unused drugs with a free Deterra Drug Deactivation and Disposal Pouch.* The easy, three-step Deterra Pouch is safe to use in the comfort of your home, can be thrown out in your household trash and ensures medications are gone for good. The At-Home Medication Disposal campaign runs Friday, April 24 through Saturday, May 16 Households across the US can go online to DeterraSystem.com/SAFE and request a large Deterra Pouch to be sent directly to their home, free of charge [excludes Alaska and Hawaii; until supplies last]. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we are launching the Safe Homes Campaign! This is an effort to help families make sure that our homes are as safe as they can be while we are spending extra time in them. For the next few weeks ...
SAVE THE DATE! The 4th annual HDLife Golf Tournament sponsored by Orangetheory Fitness LKN will be March 27 at Pine Island Country Club. 12 noon tee time. It is a great day to celebrate Hunter and to raise money for the Foundation. #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
Thank you again PBS (Jeff and Doug) for sharing Hunter's story and warning about the dangers of the dark web. For those of you that were not able to see the story, here it is. Please share and continue to warn about the dangers of Fentanyl and all of the land mines that are out there for our young people. #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
The dark web is a dangerous place with easy access to potentially fatal drugs. We hear a local mom's story of losing her son to a fentanyl overdose in this full story from Carolina Impact. Hunter Dalt...
Thank you to PBS WTVI for sharing Hunter's story and for bringing to light the dangers of the dark web. This story will air Tuesday at 8:00pm and 11:00pm (channel 42 or channel 5 on spectrum). #HDLife
WTVI The dark web is a dangerous place with easy access to potentially fatal drugs. We hear a local mom's story of losing her son to a fentanyl overdose on Carolina Impact, Tues Jan 28 at 8pm on PBS Charlotte. Hunter Dalton HD LIFE Foundation ... See MoreSee Less
Just saw the show. Compelling and heart wrenching ❤️
Thank You Debbie Hunt Dalton for sharing. Prayers ❤️🙏
So proud of you Debbie ❤️
I love you my friend
Debbie Hunt Dalton, you are making such a difference. ❤️
￼ I just watched the segment about Hunter. You did an excellent job as usual, and as usual sobbing like a baby. Once again I just have to tell you how much I respect and admire you.. Debbie your strength is Inspiring. Love you
It’s not in here. But, I hope other channels pick up the piece and decide to air it, share in the site if you can.
Another heartbreaking tragedy. So many land mines for our young people! Prayers for this family and God bless them for sharing their story to educate about the dangers of Huffing. #HDLife... See MoreSee Less
America's fentanyl problem is far deadlier than past crises with other illegal drugs. New ideas, be they public policies, technologies or law enforcement strategies, are desperately needed. Continuing...