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65% increase in overdoses in Louisville in just 6 months. (*Source: PRESS RELEASE: "United States Attorney Announces Heroin Intervention Program With DEA and Louisville Metro Police Department," dated September 21, 2016.)


A Hit of Hell documentary showcases southern Indiana drug abuse problem

(WDRB, July 11)  A new documentary takes a close, hard look at drug use in southern Indiana with the hopes of helping people change their lives. Read more.

Fitness classes help women recovering from addiction continue the fight

(WDRB, July 31) All of hand-clapping, fist-pumping and even hip-shaking is happening at the Healing Place Women's Campus on South 15th Street, a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center. Read more.

City offers free "Heroin Hurts Louisville" class for parents and caregivers

(WDRB, July 11) Louisville leaders say teen drug abuse is on the rise in Kentucky. Watch.

Louisville Forum: Heroin Crisis: What's Our Response?

(Louisville KY GOV 2017) Members of the Louisville community discuss the city's drug epidemic. Watch.

They lost their son to an overdose. Now they want to help others with the same grief.

(Lexington Herald, June 14, 2017) In August 2013, Anne Roberts and Jim Cagey lost their son to a heroin overdose. Read more.

Local family kicks off war against heroin

(WLKY, June 16, 2017) A local family is set to kick off a war against heroin with some big names in sport and entertainment. Read more.