Website Helps Opioid Abusers Share Their Story - 4:05
Glenn Sterner
Posted Jun 08, 2018
Penn State University Post-Doctoral Scholar Glenn Sterner tells Host Sheila Hyland about a new initiative – a website that allows opioid abusers to talk and share their story to help them overcome the stigma and possibly get help. He also discusses active projects with the goal to disrupt the trafficking of opioids and their networks. On location: New Leaf Initiative, State College PA.
Hosted by: Sheila Hyland Produced by: Keystone Newsmakers Team

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