Dauphin County residents blew an excellent opportunity to extend a hand to their neighbors – and to themselves.
After over half a century of waging the War on Drugs, the state-by-state drug use rate is higher than ever. How does your state stack up?
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism’s study of state-by-state drinking has some rather surprising results.
Middletown may be Delaware’s fourth largest town, but it doesn’t have a single rehab. It does have a drug problem though. A big drug problem. Thankfully, it now is also providing addiction services that just might help solve that problem. Better yet, those addiction services are being made available right on the streets, where they obviously can do the most good.
The numbers are anything but good. Opioid overdoses are up all across the U.S. This after a steady two-year decline. Much of the rise is due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has left people isolated and without their usual lifelines. Healing Properties tapped into Postindustrial‘s podcast interview with Pultizer Prize-winning investigative reporter Eric Eyre to find out more. Opioid Overdoses:…