Helping

community_walk.jpg
September 20, 2021

Recovery

Second Annual Recovery Walk held Saturday
spectrum_news_1.png
September 1, 2021

Health officials say many resources available for anyone battling addiction in Summit County

What You Need To Know: The top drugs abused in Summit County are fentanyl, methamphetamine and cocaine, officials say. Nearly 35 locations drug-drop off locations in Summit County for incineration or disposal bag pick-up. Summit County spent $2 million from opioid litigation settlement on ER programs aimed at treating overdoses. The county allocated $500,000 to establish the Opiate Small Grant Program fund supporting nonprofits working with addicts
helping_people.jpg
September 9, 2021

Commissioners recognize responders in opioid fight

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The mental health needs of area residents and the ongoing fight against opioid overdoses can feel like a “never-ending battle,” and local responders are being recognized.
herald-star.jpg
August 23, 2021

Guest column/Awareness: A good step in the right direction

“Unintentional drug overdose is one of the leading causes of injury death in Ohio, surpassing motor vehicle crashes,” advises Recovery Ohio, a state governmental website.
person_perosn.jpg
July 16, 2021

Opioid Treatment Programs: A Key Treatment System Component

State and federal policy changes would increase access to FDA-approved medications and improve care
community_helping.jpg
July 24, 2021

What Those in Power Are Missing About the Opioid Epidemic

“This is what happens when public health fails.”
wkkj.jpg
July 21, 2021

A New DAWN Shines on Pike County for Life-Saving Measures

This month, the Community Action Committee of Pike County (Pike CAC) was approved to be the Lead Agency for Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) in Pike County.
wtov.png
July 7, 2021

Community Impact Coalition resumes battle against opioids

OHIO COUNTY, W.Va. — For the first time since early 2020, the Community Impact Coalition in Ohio County met in person to assess where the community and the opioid epidemic stand in a post-pandemic world.
Close