There are many layers to the opioid crisis, from the over-prescribing of prescription drugs to those who are helping their communities fight the epidemic. You’ll find those stories and more in these four documentaries.
It was just before Halloween when the impossible happened to Karen’s family.
Opioids are a fact of life in many American households and our children are discovering how easy it is now to acquire them.
America's Opioid Crisis Is Not A One Sided Affair
Believe it or not, there is another side to America’s opioid crisis. With the changes in prescription guidelines, many people have been left without the care they need.
As the United States struggles with the ongoing opioid crisis, there are many surprising people on the frontlines fighting to save lives.
The opioid crisis in America is doing nothing but getting worse.
One of the contributing accessibilities to Opioids fall within the realm of not properly disposing of your medicines.
The steps you take before filling your opioid prescription can save a life.
One of the largest health problems the United States is facing is its issues with opioid use. Not since the Crack epidemic of the 1980s has a drug gripped a nation with such force leaving many users hopelessly addicted and many families shattered in the process.
Addiction doesn’t just affect the person caught up by the disease, it affects the entire family.