Together, we have taken important steps to stop this crisis in Pennsylvania. But we have more to do.
Addiction too often is an invisible problem. People with substance use disorders and their families fear the stigma of addiction, which keeps them isolated and unwilling to ask for help. The consequences fall to law enforcement, jails and prisons, and understaffed treatment centers. But we can’t arrest our way out of the opioid epidemic. It’s time to…
As National Hispanic Heritage Month 2016 draws to a close, we continue to recognize the many ways Hispanic Americans contribute to the growth of Pennsylvania.
Even if you are personally unaffected by Pennsylvania’s opioid epidemic, you are affected by what this means for our society.