U.S. NEWS: The New First Responders


The United States opioid crisis is leading to a more diverse group of emergency medical responders. In some areas in the Midwest, opioid overdoses have become so common that community members including children, pastors, and librarians have began supplying themselves with naloxone, ready to administer the life-saving overdose reversal drug for any person in need. To learn more about these new first responders, click here.

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