Operation Never Give Up

The Caleb's Prayer for Hope Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims to spread awareness about the increasing number of deaths caused by fentanyl analogues.

Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, is extremely deadly and is 50-100 times stronger than morphine. Fentanyl analogues are chemical compounds created to duplicate the effects of fentanyl; this compound is more hazardous and potent than the original drug.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were over 93,000 drug overdose deaths in the United States in 2020, and synthetic opioids like fentanyl were involved in over 60% of those deaths. The Chinese Communist Party and Mexican Cartels continue to engage in chemical warfare, making it simpler for these lethal drugs to be manufactured and distributed on a massive scale.

addiction is a multifaceted disease.

Caleb’s Prayer for Hope Foundation acknowledges that addiction is a multifaceted disease that demands a comprehensive approach to treatment and prevention. The foundation’s goal is to educate individuals about the science of addiction and the dangers linked with synthetic opioids such as fentanyl. By spreading awareness, the foundation hopes to prevent more people from becoming a part of this epidemic.

Apart from spreading awareness, Caleb’s Prayer for Hope Foundation provides solace to families who have lost their loved ones in this war against drugs. The foundation recognizes that addiction not only affects the individual but also their family members, and it strives to help families who are grappling with the catastrophic consequences of this epidemic.

We Are Losing a Generation of Americans to Chemical Warfare.

Current Casualties of the Chemical War with China and the Mexican Cartels

Lives Lost

• 150 people in the U.S. die each day/ 6.25 every hour; roughly 1 every 11 minutes



• Provisional data show that the reported number of drug overdose deaths occurring in the United States decreased by 2% from the 12 months ending in December 2021 to the 12 months ending in December 2022, from 107,573 to 105,452.

• 107,573= 2021

• 105,452= 2022 (Provisional- still collecting and verifying data.)




• Great information about licit fentanyl and illicit fentanyl





Caleb always believed in Hope. It is Hope that kept him going and fighting. He knew the hills and valleys of life, struggle, and hardship. Caleb had a big heart, and compassion towards others, and fought a very tough battle against addiction. His favorite saying was, “Never Give Up”. But sadly, a fentanyl analog took his life on May 24, 2020. He recorded this video prior to his passing. It was Caleb’s dream to have an organization that would provide hope to others who were also struggling. Caleb’s Prayer for Hope Foundation aims to rescue as many lives as possible and bring about a significant change in the stigma regarding addiction. The Foundation is a precious resource for those impacted by this crisis and those who want to contribute towards making a difference. Please help us bring hope to others. Thank you.

By its actions, Caleb’s Prayer for Hope Foundation aims to rescue as many lives as possible and bring about a significant change in the battle against addiction. The foundation is a precious resource for those impacted by this crisis and those who want to contribute towards making a difference.



Information about addiction, fentanyl analogues, etc.


The Warren Center for Neuroscience Drug Discovery at Vanderbilt has developed a community outreach program led by the Director of Outreach and Advocacy Programs, Dr. Kristen Gilliland. This outreach program is fueled by the loss of Kristen’s 22-year-old son, Anders, to an accidental drug overdose in 2019. Anders suffered from schizophrenia most likely brought on by ingesting high-potency cannabis in his early teens. He later became addicted to heroin and cocaine after his mental illness became more difficult to manage. Kristen and the Warren Center have a sincere passion for reaching the young to prevent this heartbreaking tragedy from happening to other families.

Meet Ben Westhoff, author of Fentanyl, Inc.

Ben Westhoff is a best-selling investigative journalist, speaker, and filmmaker focused on drugs, culture, and poverty. His books are taught around the country and have been translated into languages all over the world.

Westhoff’s Fentanyl, Inc.: How Rogue Chemists Created the Deadliest Wave of the Opioid Epidemic is the bombshell first book about fentanyl, which is causing the worst drug crisis in American history. Westhoff was interviewed about the book for Fresh Air and Joe Rogan, delivered a TedX talk at Purdue University, and has written about the fentanyl crisis for The New York Times, The Atlantic, the Los Angeles Times, and others. Since the book’s publication, Westhoff has advised top government officials on the fentanyl crisis, including from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, the U.S. embassy in Beijing, and the U.S. State Department. He now speaks at conferences and summits around the country about the opioid crisis, and is the 2023 Norman E. Zinberg Memorial Lecture awardee from Harvard Medical School.

Here are links to Ben’s bio and his book.

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