Heroin Summit Held In Midland’s Dow Library Auditorium

Over 200 people packed the auditorium in Midland’s Dow Library to discuss the increasing problem of  heroin addiction.

Organizers say there’s a virtual epidemic impacting people mainly in their 20’s across all working classes because the heroin is affordable and easily accessible.

Panel members including parents who lost children to heroin addiction along with counselors, a police officer and a judge all provided their perspective on the problem.

Summit organizers say they want to work with school officials in Midland to increase counseling services for students to make them more aware of the dangers of heroin and related drugs.


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