Know the Dangers of Opioid Misuse
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What Are Opioids?
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Opioids kill us at twice the rate of the majority, shouldn’t we be twice as informed?
This powerful look at the cycle of opioid abuse and the power of tradition and culture was filmed in collaboration with members of the Leech Lake and Red Lake band of Ojibwe.Accessible version:
A full-length version in the native storytelling tradition, this expanded video further explores the impact of opioid addiction and follows a young woman’s journey to recovery.Accessible version:
Tribal elders share their thoughts about opioid addiction and recovery.
Katie Northbird, the main character featured in the video discusses opioid addiction, and the filming process.
As the world fights to contain the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the U.S. continues to combat another domestic public health issue: the opioid epidemic, the crisis created by prescription and illicit opioid misuse addiction and overdose. Read More.
Societal effects of the coronavirus pandemic could spur an increase in opioid overdoses, an NIH official says. Read More.
For the 16 million people globally and 3 million people in the U.S. suffering from opioid use disorder (OUD), COVID-19 brings a slew of issues: lack of face-to-face counseling services, methadone clinic shutdown and increased mortality risk from coronavirus from...
Two of the nation's largest farming organizations came together to stop the stigma surrounding opioid abuse. The American Farm Bureau Federation and National Farmers Union established an initiative called Farm Town Strong to draw attention to the epidemic in farm...
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