Randolph County Joins Regional Effort To Curb Drug Trafficking, Overdose

Randolph is the 24th West Virginia county to be designated as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.

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FDA Approves Nasal Naloxone For Over The Counter Use

Until recently, Narcan was only available with a prescription, but the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a specific naloxone product for use without a prescription: a four-milligram naloxone hydrochloride nasal spray.

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‘Save A Life Day’ Spreads Support, Naloxone Across The State

West Virginians will be out and about in every corner of the state Thursday in an effort to educate their neighbors and hand out overdose-reversing tools with one goal in mind: Save a Life.

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W.Va. Recovery Groups Organize Overdose Awareness Events

Events are planned across West Virginia for International Overdose Awareness Day this week. Observed every Aug. 31, it’s an annual campaign that acknowledges those that have died from overdose.

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