Heroin is an epidemic that’s affecting every community in our Valley, but there are places to turn for help.
Officials in Trumbull County said there has been a spike in overdoses over a 24-hour period. Two people have died.
Experts believe that the longer medicines stay in the home, the greater the risk of misuse and abuse.
Rocco Greco said his views on drug addiction have changed after it hit close to home.
An estimated half of all children in foster care are there because one or both of their parents are drug addicts.
The Mahoning County Juvenile Court has a program to help addicted parents regain custody of their children.
Drugs are easily accessible behind bars, and it’s a growing problem.
For many people, addiction begins legally in a medical office.
A panel discussed drug recovery, the effect on families, and how people can succeed in their rehabilitation programs.
International Overdose Awareness Day is a global campaign that works towards preventing overdose.
A record 4,050 people died of overdoses in 2016, with fatalities driven by the emergence of stronger drugs like fentanyl.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said 15,000 children were in foster care, with only 7,200 foster families filling that need.
A new recovery center tailored to women is opening in Liberty today.
Price said China has been quick to respond when regulators identify a threat from a dangerous drug such as fentanyl.
The move by Express Scripts is part of a wide-ranging effort to curb the opioid epidemic.
While the East Liverpool Treatment Center is just an outpatient facility for now, the goal is to bring an inpatient center to Columbiana Cou…
The Mahoning County sheriff is applying for a $150,000 grant to put together what he is calling a Quick Response Team.
The Attorney General’s Office wants to help those who are seeing firsthand how the opioid crisis affects kids.
President Donald Trump is officially declaring the opioid crisis a “national emergency.”
The 44483 zip code — which covers parts of Warren and Champion Heights — is seeing the most overdoses.
Injection sites are legal in other countries, but none were known to exist in the U.S. until the disclosure in a medical journal.
“You’re one messed up dad to pick drugs over your own kid,” a teen told his father on the phone – a snapshot of the escalating crisis.