HEADLINE | Opioid Crisis
The Opioid Crisis is killing people in every part of our community. A local police chief is trying a new approach. School nurses are training to save students who overdose. Art and the outdoors are helping addicts heal.
Working with public media around New York and the state’s Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, WMHT is looking at new approaches to dealing with the Opioid Crisis. We have also assembled resources here for anyone who needs help or knows someone who does.
Heroin In Our Community | A Conversation
A conversation about the heroin epidemic in New York's Capital Region.
From Jail to the 'Great Outdoors'
Learn about a different approach to the opioids epidemic.
Police in Chatham, NY use the PAARI model to deal with New York's Opioid Crisis.
Saint Peter's Health Partners
Funding for HEADLINE provided by Saint Peter's Health Partners. sphp.com
HEADLINE is a multimedia project intended to expand news coverage, raise awareness and enhance conversations around important issues of public health and wellness. View the stories: www.wmht.org/headline