One year after sons death, NH family makes opioid awareness film
The Mosers said the film uses the story of their son and his death at age 27 as a vehicle to deliver a message about the difference between the opioid class and other drugs, according to Seacoastonline.
They plan to submit the film to the administration at Exeter High School, where Adam was a student, to review.
Adam's father, Jim, said the film's content is “powerful,” and it may require some editing before being approved to be shown at EHS, but he thinks the film will be important for students to see.
The Mosers hope the film will allow students to understand how opioids work, the reality of the loss such drugs can cause and the logistics of the life-saving drug Narcan, which is demonstrated in the film.