See How Huntington, WV 1st Responder Reduced Overdoses by 40% & Overdose Deaths by 50%

January 28, 2019

As a fire chief and first responder, Jan Rader has spent her career saving lives. But when the opioid epidemic hit her town, she realized they needed to take a brand-new approach to life-saving.

 

In this powerful, hopeful talk, Rader shows what it's like on the front lines of this crisis -- and how her community is taking an unusual new approach to treating substance-abuse disorder that starts with listening.

 

 

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