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Overdose Report is intended to draw attention to a National crisis.  Each day, newspapers across the country feature stories about local tragedies.  Each community views the occasional story with concern– but with the context of a National phenomenon.  These pages collect the tragic stories from across the country, to reinforce the need for action on a National level.

If you or your family members are struggling with addiction we invite you to review the use of buprenorphine products– e.g. Suboxone– for treating addiction to heroin and other opioids at this blog about buprenorphine products.  You can communicate directly with people on buprenorphine treatments at SuboxForum.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Sandra Allen says:

    Correct Attribution Needed in odreport.com’s Website Post

    Hi,

    I’m Sandra, a member of the Heroin.net creative team. I’d like to express my appreciation for featuring our study, “Overdoses in Appalachia” on your post – http://www.odreport.com/uncategorized/this-troubling-epidemic-is-killing-people-in-appalachia/ .

    Would you mind editing your post and put the link to our study so that your readers can have more information about the creators of the project? To make things easier for you, I suggest you link to http://heroin.net/ and to http://heroin.net/think/appalachian-opiate-epidemic .

    I would really appreciate it if you could inform me if there’s an update to the post.

    Best,
    Sandra Allen

  2. Sandra Allen says:

    Re: Correct Attribution Needed in odreport.com’s Website Post

    Hi,

    Sorry for contacting you again but I would like to follow up on the copyright request of my company, Heroin.net regarding your post “This Troubling Epidemic Is Killing People in Appalachia” (link : http://www.odreport.com/uncategorized/this-troubling-epidemic-is-killing-people-in-appalachia/ ) that featured our article, Overdoses in Appalachia.

    Could you edit your post and put the link to our study so that your readers can have more information about the creators of the project? To make things easier for you, I suggest you link to http://heroin.net/ and to http://heroin.net/think/appalachian-opiate-epidemic.

    Hoping to hear from you soon. Thanks.

    Best,
    Sandra Allen

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