So sad ! And unbelievable how many in our society will video an emergency and do nothing to help. Much less be so hard hearted as to post it on social media. Thoughts and prayers for this young fellows family.
Thank you Governor Roy Cooper for passing the "Death by Distribution Law" and for all of your hard work combatting the Opioid Crisis. There are still so many battles to be fought in the Opioid War raviging our country. Until we eradicate illicit Fentanyl in this country, we will continue to see heartbreaking headlines like this one out of Franklin County. #HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
It was an honor to be part of a round table discussion with Governor Roy Cooper and DHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen. Incredibly grateful that they are fighting so hard to turn the tide of the Opioid Crisis! #HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
you are doing an awesome job posting and doing your research and keeping the American people alert on what's going on in this country because the news media does not put it out there my prayers are with you and your family. 💕💕🙏
We met some incredible students and faculty today at Whiteville High School, North Whiteville Academy and Central Middle School. Thank you for letting us share our story with you! #HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
As a teacher, I was so thankful for the testimony you shared today. So many needed to hear Hunter’s story! I am convinced it will make a difference in many of their lives!! As a mom to 6, my respect for you and your courageous mission to share the facts about fentanyl is beyond words! I can’t fathom the courage and strength that it must take to stand before crowds and retell the details of the tragedy that took your son!! Thank you for being willing to do that!! You were a blessing!!!
Yesterday, when you came and spoke to my school, it brought me to tears. I am so sorry for your loss. I do not know the kind of pain you and your family are going through. But, i know he is looking down on y’all. You’re story touched me. I have his bracelet on ever since it was given to me. Praying for y’all.
I know, without a doubt, that you were heard today. I saw it on the faces of our students. We will never forget you or Hunter! 🙏❤️ #HDLife
Thank you for your willingness to be so exposed and honest! This is a true testimony of your faith in the Lord! Only God can give you the strength I saw today. Many prayers to you and your family!
So many in our community making a difference. Mary Ferreri, I am in awe of your journey to open the first recovery high school in North and South Carolina, Emerald School of Excellence. Betsy Seguine Ragone, you are a fierce warrior and glue in this community to those that have lost a loved one to the Opioid Crisis and those that are still struggling. So much love to both of you ladies. Together we are MORE POWERFUL! #HDLife
THE CAMPAIGN IS LAUNCHED! I know "More Powerful NC" is going to make a difference and save lives. Thank you to Attorney General Stein and his hard working staff. Thank you also to Georgeanne Jones, Jonny Stapes and of course Randy for being there today for the media event. Hunter Dalton, your dad had his first interview and he was amazing. Together we will continue to make a difference! #HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
Proud of your efforts in this battle! Love you Debbie Hunt Dalton
Debbie I couldn't help it I cried so when I saw you and Randy I just hate it so much that you don,t still have him he was such a good person I think of my boys and I don,t know how you stand it. God bless.
Hunter Dalton, we are so proud to be a partner with this very powerful campaign. The More Powerful NC Opioid Awareness campaign will launch tomorrow morning (April 4) at 10:00 am at Disc Plaza on the corner of Trade and Tryon. I am honored to be one of the speakers at this event! The NC Attorney General's office has worked tirelessly on this campaign and I am MOST impressed with the website. Please visit www.MorePowerfulNC.org Together We WILL make a difference. #HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
A bi-partisan group of NC officials, together with health care providers and business groups, launch a new awareness campaign against opioids. Pills such as Percocet and Vicodin, kill 5 North Carolini...
So incredibly grateful to talk with Loree Bischoff on her podcast "We're Talking Shift". Please listen and SHARE! We have got to turn the tide of this horrific epidemic and it starts with information! Thank you Loree for your passion and for giving me the opportunity to share our story on your Podcast. Hunter Dalton, we will continue to honor your legacy of love by making a difference. #HDLife🎤 This week's podcast out now! 🎤
I'm honored to share a special interview with Debbie Hunt Dalton. An exceptional woman who has a very high calling.
Debbie's "Going Rogue" story is not what you might expect. If you're the kind of person who chooses to not have your head buried in the sand, but would rather be in-the-know and up to speed, take a few minutes and listen.
❤️ You'll love Debbie and her mission. Our conversation is deep and highly informative. 🤔
Our Foundation is honored to partner with the American Patriots Fund for this year St. Patrick's Day celebration at the Galway Hooker! Randy and Debbie Dalton will be volunteering all day Saturday and Sunday. If you have some extra time and can volunteer a couple of hours, let us know. Hope to see you there! #HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
Grateful that this batch of Fentanyl was seized, terrifying to know what might have happened BUT even more terrifying to know that there is still so much illicit Fentanyl in our country. Hunter Dalton, we will continue to warn about the dangers of recreational drug use. #HDLife ... See MoreSee Less
This is something I just don’t understand! Always praying and sharing your sons story to all my children 🙏
I live in Henry county and I know in Henry county they made one of the biggest meth braids I think the drugs were estimated in the millions of dollars on Street cost and the thought of that just being right down the road from me is absolutely sickening.
God bless you for keeping up and informing us of what's going on out there so many people still have blinders on to the problems of drugs here in this country.Will keep you in my prayers.Saving lives🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
BURLINGTON, N.C. -- Police in Burlington are warning the public about a toxic batch of illicit drugs as officers responded to three reported overdoses Friday morning. Burlington police said all the ov...