UA Student Aims to Prevent Opioid Deaths in Greek Life Community, One Narcan Kit at a Time

(Arizona Republic) Armed with a drill, a toolbox and a Narcan kit, Aidan Pettit-Miller enters the Phi Gamma Delta chapter room on a Saturday morning and gets to work.

Over the light buzz of friendly chatter among the fraternity brothers, Pettit-Miller’s drill whirs as it bores screws into the drywall. After a few minutes, the installation of the Narcan kit is complete. 

Satisfied with his handiwork, Pettit-Miller waves goodbye to the FIJI brothers as he heads back to his Ford F-150. He hops in the driver’s seat, starts the engine and it’s on to the next frat house on Greek row.

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