Dayton and Montgomery County have been national examples of the devastation of the opioid crisis for years, drawing reporters from across the country.
This time, it’s because of positive signs.
A New York Times reporter visited the region and interviewed multiple officials to produce the article headlined “Why Drug Deaths Are Down in Troubled Ohio,” which printed on Sunday.
The article sites several community and health efforts that have dipped the overdose rate but also notes the changing drug challenges in the region.
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