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Little Pill, Big Problem: Ohio's Opiate Story (Video)
This three-minute motion-graphic video by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS) chronicles Ohio’s opiate epidemic. It summarizes what the State of Ohio is doing to address prescription painkiller abuse. This video takes the viewer on a journey, illustrating the scope of the problem and highlighting some of the steps being taken to resolve the crisis. Updated in 2012.
Also, visit the official website for the "Don't Get Me Started" prescription painkiller awareness campaign (click here).
Title: Little Pill, Big Problem: Ohio's Opiate Story (Video) Publication Year: 2011 Volume #: November 22 Publisher City: Columbus, Ohio Publisher Name: Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS) Hyperlink to Resource/Publisher: click here
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