Ohio Opioid Crisis: Connecting to Care

"In Ohio, there were at least 4,735 people who died – 13 people a day, or one every two hours. Those 13 people who are dying of heroin, fentanyl, prescription painkiller and other opioid related overdoses every day in Ohio – they all have parents, friends, neighbors, co-workers - and kids."- Author Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief.  In her article she discusses the opioid crisis in Ohio. The article also includes a very informational video regarding treatment centers in Ohio and the government’s effort to help those dealing with addiction.  Andy Chow, highlights One-Eighty Beacon House (15:08) in the video entitled “Removing Barriers.”

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