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.
A Hampton mother who lost her daughter to heroin wants parents to know about a Williamsburg agency that specializes in treating teens and yo…
A Poquoson man is determined that his brother’s death from overdose will not be in vain.
Doctors and law enforcement say more overdoses could be reported, and lives could be saved, if people knew about a law that protects them fr…
Jason Silverstein feels pain just about every day, but he no longer takes opioids. He didn’t want to become another statistic of addiction.
10 On Your Side’s in-depth look at the opioid crisis continues with advice from a parent who lost a daughter to heroin.
Three Hampton Roads communities will receive some of the funding to develop medication assisted treatment programs
Medical experts point to a disproportionate use of pain relievers as a key factor for the growing numbers of opioid addiction and death.
A summit next week at Eastern Virginia Medical School is set to focus on opioid addiction.