Addiction Treatment During The COVID-19 Pandemic
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma agreed last month to pay $4.28 billion to settle lawsuits alleging it helped to create the opioid epidemic.
Nearly half of all U.S. states want a share of that money to pay for programs to address record overdose deaths and a worsening opioid crisis during the pandemic.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, the impact of the pandemic on addiction treatment and where the recovery community heads from here.
- Sara Randazzo, law reporter, The Wall Street Journal
- Dr. Anahi Ortiz, Franklin County Coroner
- Andy Albrecht, CEO, The Counseling Center, Inc.
- Blyth Barnow, Harm Reduction Faith Manager, Faith In Public Life in Ohio
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