At a recent rally, Trump has mused that the United States should institute the death penalty for drug dealers.
Statistics compiled by the state show Virginia physicians prescribed fewer powerful painkillers last year than in 2016.
Norfolk Community Services Board (CSB) and Norfolk Prevention Coalition are providing free training to help with opioid overdose.
The opioid crisis continues to plague the nation — and babies are the tiniest victims of this epidemic.
There is an Opioid crisis. Three Virginians die every day from Opioid overdoses.
The priorities Herring discussed fall into three categories — Law enforcement initiatives, support from the medical community and recovery.
Dozens united Thursday night in their hope to stop deadly drug addictions.
The opioid epidemic continues to plague Virginia. So what has the state done to fight it?
Trump said he’d be drawing up documents to formalize the declaration soon.
New numbers from the Virginia Department of Health show opioid addiction is only getting worse.
The Substance Abuse Services Council met in Henrico County Thursday to discuss what the Commonwealth is doing about addiction and treatment.
A woman from Richmond was among those charged.
Police can’t solve the crisis without health care officials. Neither can do it without the help of the people on the front lines: The addict…
First responders aren’t the only ones who have the vital skills to save someone who has overdosed on drugs.
NarxCare is a program purchased by the Commonwealth that links all doctors to their patient’s prescription history.