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Opioid Addiction Education Important for Local Communities, Says U.S. Attorney and Kentucky Rehab Centers

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Kentucky recently launched a campaign with hopes of educating local communities about the dangers associated with opioid addiction. Four videos were created for the campaign, all of which show unique perspectives on opioid addiction from those affected by the epidemic. The U.S. Attorney’s Office and Kentucky …

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New Story Map Shows Locations of Kentucky Drug Rehab Centers That Treat Opioid Addiction

The Northern Kentucky Health Department recently published a story map on its website that reveals where opioid overdoses, arrests, and drug seizures have occurred in local communities. The map also features the locations of Kentucky drug rehab centers that specialize in treating opioid addiction. The purpose of the story map is to provide Northern Kentucky …

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Heroin Rescue Efforts and Kentucky Rehab Centers Face Public Backlash

People across Kentucky and the U.S. have become frustrated with the way resources are being used on individuals who struggle with addiction. Local authorities say citizens believe that rehab treatments are mostly ineffective, and a waste of state and federal resources. As heroin rescue efforts and Kentucky rehab centers continue to face public backlash, the …

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Boyle County Seeks More Funding For Kentucky Drug Rehab Centers

A recent increase in opioid overdose deaths throughout Boyle County is scaring addicts, and influencing them to seek addiction treatment at Kentucky drug rehab centers. So far, the Boyle County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy has spent nearly $5,700 on addiction treatment for opioid addicts, but still needs additional funding. The amount of money remaining …

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How Rehab Centers in Kentucky Can Manage Louisville Heroin Overdose Problem

Louisville recently experienced a spike in heroin overdoses that left addicts scared and willing to seek addiction treatment to avoid death by accidental overdose. Drug prevention officials are saying the increase in Louisville overdoses are being caused by a heroin shipment laced with a powerful, deadly opioid called fentanyl. The city of Louisville is now …

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