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A day in the life of someone in long-term recovery during the coronavirus pandemic

“It’s kind of the silver lining of this whole entire pandemic,” Dan Albert says, “knowing that even though we’re apart, we’re never alone.”

By Keira McGuire


Clean for 10 years, this central Pennsylvania woman offers others hope and a cup of coffee

Jan Arkon devotes her life to helping others reach and stay in recovery.

By Keira McGuire

‘We try to pay it forward’: People in long-term recovery from opioid addiction guide others

More and more today, those are people in long-term recovery from opioid addiction who know firsthand what addiction feels like and how overwhelming it can be to come out of treatment and pick up the pieces.

By Keira McGuire


Roundtop Mountain Resort in York County sold amid Purdue Pharma bankruptcy

Roundtop Mountain Resort in York County is one of five Pennsylvania ski resorts sold as part of legal actions against OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma and bankruptcy proceedings by the Sackler family.

By Brett Sholtis

Free overdose-reversing drug naloxone will be distributed this month across Pennsylvania

The drug will be available at 95 locations across the state on Sept. 18 and 25.
By Brett Sholtis

Pennsylvania gets $55.9 million to help people living with opioid addiction

Funds have been used for a wide range of services, such as providing medication-assisted treatment, hiring care workers and helping people with things like housing, transportation and employment.

By Brett Sholtis

Pa. counties encouraged by landmark J&J opioid decision in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma ruling could prompt more pharmaceutical companies to settle.

By Nina Feldman/WHYY

What counts as saving a life? United States v. Safehouse kicks off

“You can only do that so many times before you think something has to change.”
By Nina Feldman/WHYY
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