About 350 of the almost 500 inmates at the Mahoning County Jail are there because of drug-related charges.
The campaign kicked off Wednesday during a special town hall discussion, “27 Investigates: Heroin Crisis – National Problem, Local Solutions…
The Youngstown-area man posted the Facebook video, hoping to create awareness and urge those struggling with addiction to get help.
Approximately 1,500 Ohioans take their own lives every year, according to Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services.
Last year, the number of fatal overdoses in Ohio rose to more than 1,400.
Police Chief John Lane says the decision to post the graphic images, which have now gone viral, was not made lightly.
The drug is 100 times as potent as the fentanyl already escalating Trumbull County’s overdose rates.
The heroin epidemic is hitting Trumbull County hard, so the county is doubling down by investing in recovery.
The county is paying two months’ rent for people entering one of the nine accredited recovery homes on its list.
Columbiana County’s mental health board is teaming up with Help Hotline to bring people with mental illness together.
About one in every 1,500 babies is born with both sex organs, according to the American Journal of Human Biology.
Certified counselors took calls Thursday evening to answer mental health or addiction questions.
A man, his wife and daughter were arrested in Sebring after police uncovered a large methamphetamine operation.
Psychologists say coloring and staying within the lines provides relief not always provided by watching television.
Trumbull County saw 81 overdoses in 2015, an increase from the 53 in 2014.
Thousands of Valley residents find the help they need through local mental health agencies, but the need is growing.
Millions of Americans live with mental health issues.
The Mahoning County District Board of Health is distributing the naloxone.
Danette Palmer comes to the morning show to speak about the Homes for Kids charity event.
Anyone who needs help and missed the event can call 211, which is the Help Hotline.
Amy Radinovic interviews local mental health experts about the Call a Counselor event
A local program has helped dozens of people connect with the right employer.