Local Family Turns Heartbreak into Plan to Stop Opioid Deaths

The opioid crisis touches virtually every community, and yet the families of addicts often struggle to find the care that can make the difference between life and death. When Bill Ayars lost his daughter to heroin in 2016 at age 28, he resolved to create a tool to help other families find treatment their loved ones need. ideastream's Darrielle Snipes reports on how he’s turned tragedy into a mission.

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