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Shepherd's House will put on their 20th annual Run for Recovery on Saturday, July 27th at 8 a.m. at Keeneland.
A play premiering Friday night in Morehead is being put on to educate the community about Kentucky's opioid epidemic, while raising money for its victims.
Thursday, co-founders and board members of Lexington addiction recovery community, Voices of Hope, celebrated a federal grant with Congressman Andy Barr and Van Ingram, Executive Director for the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy.
Lexington has funds for additional weapons to use in the war on opioid abuse thanks to a $2 million federal grant.
A police program in Kentucky allows community members struggling with addiction to seek help without facing reprisals.
A UK grad student, recovering from opioid addiction, helped found a non-profit, Voices of Hope, to assist others on their journey in recovery.
Recently, Dr. John McDaniel was given nearly $70,000 worth of Narcan nasal spray to help fight the local opioid crisis.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions paid a visit to Lexington Thursday to talk about opioids, in a state where it's a killer of a problem.
An expansion to a Lexington shelter is giving 30 more women a place to sleep.
Kentucky is spending $500,000 to create a phone number people can call to get help with opioid addiction.
Leaders in the fight against drug addiction, rallied in the state capitol today to bring awareness to the issue.
The Cabinet for Health and Family Services has been awarded a $10 million federal grant to help with the state's drug addiction epidemic.
Hundreds gather in Winchester to celebrate overcoming various addictions.
Kentucky's opioid addiction crisis was the focus of a daylong meeting by state lawmakers.
Police in Georgetown have launched a new program to help those struggling with drug addition find treatment rather than be arrested.
Attorney General Andy Beshear announced the launch of a new program that will allow Kentuckians to safely dispose of opioid medications without having to leave their home.
Kentucky's criminal ban on medical marijuana is being challenged in a lawsuit that says its use could help combat the state's opioid addiction woes.
Walt and Debbie Rains lost their son Zac to a drug addiction.
One in five people around Lexington know someone with a heroin addiction and use of the drug continues to increase.
A Georgetown church is trying to find innovative new ways to end Kentucky's opioid epidemic.