There are no easy solutions, but steps are being taken to combat the state’s drug overdose epidemic.
BOSTON (CBS) – Over-prescribing drugs, or, making too many of them? In this segment of her series, “Heroin: from Prescription to Addiction,” WBZ’s Mary Blake examines responsibility, and blame. Dr. Ron Dunlap is Past President […]
An addict’s desperation can often lead to crime. WBZ’s Mary Blake takes a look at the victims.
Lawmakers are pledging to increase treatment and recovery services in the Boston area.
One day at a time. One better choice at a time. One human life at a time. That’s how a recovery coach, and former addict now views the world.
WBZ’s Mary Blake has the story of a Fall River superstar’s fall from grace, and subsequent redemption.
WBZ’s Mary Blake spoke with Jenny Gross, London Correspondent for the Wall Street Journal about the ‘not guilty’ verdict for editor Rebekah Brooks.
The alarming increase in the number of fatal drug overdoses in recent months, has prompted action on the part of government leaders.
Research shows it takes, on average, three attempts for an addict to achieve sobriety, before their treatment is a success. This means treatment cycles are often repeated.
Since its inception ten years ago, a Raynham group called ‘Learn to Cope’ has grown statewide, from one chapter to twelve.