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Opiate Use at Epidemic Levels
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Six-part Columbus Dispatch special report on suicide -- ; Silent Suffering
11.18.15 | WTVG-TV Lucas County DART Team Saves Heroin Addict’s Life
11.17.15 | Massillon Independent Deputy uses Narcan kit to revive suicidal heroin user
11.13.15 | The Atlantic A Newspaper Written Entirely by Mental-Health Patients
11.11.15 | Youth Today Prevention is Key
11.11.15 | Columbus Dispatch City to introduce needle-exchange program to combat heroin, infectious diseases
11.10.15 | Forbes DEA Maps Show Kingpin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman’s Cartel Controls Nearly the Entire U.S. Drug Market
11.10.15 | WKEF-TV Communities Fighting Back Against Heroin Epidemic
11.9.15 | Cleveland Plain Dealer Studies laud Ohio’s efforts to bolster independent living, reduce Medicaid costs
11.9.15 | WDTN-TV Dayton mom shares heroin road to recovery
11.9.15 | Columbus Dispatch Vivitrol: Athens County latest to try new tool to fight opiate addiction
11.6.15 | Toledo Blade (Editorial) Making OARRS easier to row
11.6.15 | Dayton Daily News Federal health officials visit Dayton to help combat drug deaths
11.6.15 | Stars and Stripes New private hospital network to help VA with mental health care for veterans
11.6.15 | NPR How do stereotypes of mental health affect us?
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