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Anti-heroin PSA created for St. Louis audience airs during Super Bowl

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An anti-heroin PSA will air for St. Louis audiences during Super Bowl 50 (Credit: NCADA-St. Louis / YouTube) An anti-heroin PSA will air for St. Louis audiences during Super Bowl 50 (Credit: NCADA-St. Louis / YouTube)

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – The National Campaign Against Drug Abuse (NCADA) in St. Louis aired an anti-heroin advertisement aimed at local audiences during Super Bowl 50.

The ad, titled “Give Me An H,” features the Lafayette High School's pom squad. It's the second anti-heroin PSA by the organization, the first aired during the 2015 Super Bowl.

The PSA “aims to ignite and elevate the conversation about the realities and catastrophic consequences of opioid and heroin use in our community,” according to the NCADA-St. Louis YouTube page.

Using a mobile device? Click here to view the ad. 

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