As N.C. continues to struggle with opioid epidemic, naloxone shortage could lead to thousands of overdose deaths.
Anna Mudd UNC Media Hub Oct 24, 2021
North Carolina is in the grip of a drug overdose epidemic, with fentanyl being the primary culprit. Hear from the families affected and about the solution of using evidence-based harm reduction practices to combat the fentanyl epidemic.
A View From The Mountains: The Fight Against Opioid Addiction By Tim Boyum
Opioid addiction continues its grip on the western part of North Carolina. In fact, it’s getting worse during the pandemic after a couple years of decline. In Wilkes County, there are now new resources thanks to a woman who nearly died herself. This story is part of a larger special, A View from the Mountains.
Substance use disorder is extremely common in Wilkes County, to devastating effect. That's why The Health Foundation is working with a team of community partners to implement roads to treatment, recovery, and reintegration. __ Video by: J. Martin Productions,
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