Drug Epidemic Awareness Walk Across America - Supported by Humanizing Addiction ™️
January 30, 2019 - My lost
The nation’s opioid crisis was declared a public health emergency in 2017 and received new funding this past October. But rampant addiction led to some 40,000 overdose deaths in the U.S. last year, and 2019 could see the culmination of a flood of ensuing lawsuits seeking accountability. Check out this great video
A heartbreaking story of the Russell family, after aspiring figure skater and top student died from an overdose just before New Year’s Eve.
Doug Bopst used to be addicted to opiates. But while serving time in jail for a felony drug charge, he got sober and today is a fitness trainer helping others in recovery near Baltimore, Maryland.
David McCarthy was rebuilding his life when he died of a heroin overdose. The Washington Post speaks to McCarthy's family and friends about his addiction and untimely death at 29.
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is quickly becoming a major contributor to the U.S. addiction crisis. Here are the top things to know about the drug.
Like many other unsuspecting Americans, Prince fell prey to black market counterfeit pills containing fentanyl instead of the actual ingredient.
Ohio’s Montgomery County is now the per-capita leader in overdose deaths. NBC’s Jacob Soboroff went there to speak to residents whose lives have been upended by the crisis.
The opioid epidemic is ravaging communities and families across the county, and Ohio has been impacted the most.
NBC News’ Jacob Soboroff goes inside an Ohio jail where many addicts receive treatment.
A man’s determination to show a drug-addicted friend just how far she had fallen offers a rare and raw glimpse into the world of opioid addiction.
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