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  • "Well, usually if I had stuff a day before, I would always save a bag for the morning times so when I wake up I could get well. I was using it to stay well, so I wasn’t sick. I’m just trying to, uh, you know, to be able to get up out of bed."

    - Cory, Young heroin addict, FBI Film Chasing the Dragon

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  • "The heroin epidemic impacts every ethnicity, education level, and socioeconomic class within Lucas County. Private, governmental, medical, religious, and mental health agencies need to work together in combating this disease; for the sake of our community. "

    - Lieutenant Robert Chromik, Toledo D.A.R.T.

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  • "At one point, I had an, um, abscess in my leg that was so bad, um, it, I had staph infection. Um, when the doctors cut my leg open to clean it out, um, I had maggots in my leg. That wasn’t enough for me to quit."

    - Melissa, Heroin addict, FBI Film Chasing the Dragon.

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  • "Get over being embarrassed. What would be embarrassing is not doing anything. "

    - John Tharp, Sheriff Lucas County

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  • "And I remember when I pushed on her chest I heard that last breath. And I spend my Sundays looking at a gray headstone in a patch of grass. I will be spending all my holidays there because she took that wrong turn."

    - Trish, parent of a young addict who died, FBI Film Chasing the Dragon.

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"Get over being embarrassed. What would be embarrassing is not doing anything. "

- John Tharp, Sheriff Lucas County

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Latest News

DEA: Opioids among ‘top threats’ in Michigan


Wednesday, April 24, 2019

CADILLAC — The opioid epidemic has impacted the entire country and Michigan has been significantly affected. In 2017, 70,237 people died from drug overdose deaths in the United
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How Dayton, Ohio, halved opioid deaths in 2018 – and inspired other cities


Monday, March 4, 2019

Growing up in the farmlands around Dayton, south-west Ohio, a teenage Randy Carmack knew many “little old ladies” whose cupboards contained powerful painkillers. “One
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Flint sues drug companies, says it’s owed for fallout of opioid crisis


Tuesday, February 19, 2019

FLINT, MI -- The city has joined other Michigan municipalities suing big pharmaceutical companies for creating a hazard to public health through the production and spread of
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  • "Fentanyl-related overdose deaths increased from 84 in 2013 to 502 in 2014."

    - Ohio Department of Health

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  • "Every dollar invested in addiction treatment programs yields a return of between $4 and $7 in reduced drug-related crime, criminal justice costs, and theft."

    - NIDA National Institute of Drug Abuse

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  • "Ohio had the second highest number of drug overdose deaths nationwide in 2014."

    - CDC.

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  • "21 people overdosed during the Easter holiday."

    - Lucas County Coroner

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  • "More than 40 Americans die each day from prescription opioid overdoses"

    - CDC Director Tom Frieden, MD, MPH

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"Fentanyl-related overdose deaths increased from 84 in 2013 to 502 in 2014."

- Ohio Department of Health

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