They’re saying “we need more” than the $20 million Kasich wants to put toward the opioid epidemic.
He said his brother’s death is painful, but he’s planning on doing something about it — and he wants others to join him.
The heroin crisis is evident across the area.
The Youngstown State grad said there are so many different drugs that are constantly changing, which makes her job and the jobs of law enfor…
In March, there were 189 opioid-related overdoses and in a little over a month, 26 people have died.
Local recovery professionals weigh in on one Ohio city’s new procedure to attack the overdose epidemic.
This past weekend there were 19 overdoses — two of which resulted in deaths.
There have been 25 more overdoses just in the past week.
Heroin was first produced by Bayer pharmaceuticals in the 1800s.
If a 35-pound toddler grabs just one opioid pill and releases the full concentration of an adult drug into their small bodies, death can com…
In the past two weeks, Trumbull County has seen 82 overdoses. But one zip code is suffering from more overdoses than any other.
Lane Life has answered 75 overdose calls since Jan. 1. There have been 16 calls in March, including three Friday night.
There were 12 drug overdoses in Trumbull County on Tuesday, including two deaths.
As alarming as that may sound, county officials have been bracing for this for weeks now.
Project 180 started just a few months ago, but they are moving forward fast.
Under current law, if someone has been diagnosed with an addiction and refuses treatment, there is nothing their family can do.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine will have his second statewide meeting dealing with the opioid crisis.
The recent increase in the misuse of prescription painkillers and heroin in the United States has sparked another growing epidemic.
Police say much of the fentanyl is coming from labs in China and Mexico, and some is even ordered and shipped online.
The boxes are available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as part of this Saturday’s National Drug Take Back Day.
Counselor assistants are now armed with new skills in the battle against addiction.
Community members went to the meeting looking for answers and hope amid a growing heroin epidemic.