Ohio's Opioid Crisis
A Symptom Of A Bigger Problem
Unfortunately the opiate crisis didn’t just suddenly appear. It came from years of missed opportunities, unfulfilled promises, lack of vision and just plain greed from profit hungry pharmaceutical and drug manufacturers with legislative lackeys in Columbus and Washington helping their interests while our kids became addicted.
Our social services and law enforcement are facing limited resources in dealing with the opiate crisis, which is a direct result of politicians long-term neglect over our communities that had our jobs outsourced and find our kids moving away for better opportunities.
There’s no single answer to this crisis we face, but we can help reverse the damage done to our towns and families.