LATEST ON COVID-19 AND HARM REDUCTION IN OHIO
For decades, white overdose death rates have been higher than those for blacks. That changed in 2019. Black Ohioans are dying at a faster rate and fentanyl-laced cocaine is the primary problem.
Drug checking is the only way to quickly and dramatically reduce overdose deaths in Ohio. The history of carfentanil reveals why.
Overdose death decline of 2018 does not last. Deadly carfentanil returns to Ohio. Hardest it metro areas: Akron-Canton, Columbus, Portsmouth.
Free naloxone for people at risk of overdose and those who love them Narcan and intramuscular naloxone available Order online, delivery by mail Harm Reduction Ohio (HRO) today launched a no-cost way for Ohioans to order naloxone online and receive it confidentially by...
Holidays can be hard for those who’ve lost a loved one to overdose. Here’s help on how to cope.
HRO has given away all of the Evzio auto-injectors that had been donated to us.
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