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Baltimore County working to address opioid crisis

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Published on May 16, 2019 - Duration: 00:49s

Baltimore County working to address opioid crisis

Beginning on Thursday, residents can provide input through a survey.

They will also have an opportunity to attend public meetings on Tuesday, June 18 and Wednesday, July 10, where officials and members of the working group will discuss the crisis with the community.

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Baltimore County working to address opioid crisis

ARE WORKING TO ADDRESS THEONGOING CRISIS.

TODAY COUNTYEXECUTIVE JOHNNY OLSZEWSKIANNOUNCED PLANS TO ACCELERATETHE COUNTY'S RESPONSE THROUGHAN ONLINE SURVEY AND AN EXPERTWORKING GROUP.

Over the nextseveral months the workinggroup will gather publicinput, consult with our healthdepartment and othergovernment agencies, examinedata and evidence, and developa set of actionable steps thatcan be taken to strategicallyaddress this opioid crisis."BEGINNING TODAY...RESIDENTSCAN PROVIDE INPUT THROUGH THATSURVEY.

YOU WILL ALSO HAVE ANOPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND PUBLICMEETINGS THIS SUMMERááWHEREOFFICIALS AND MEMBERS OF THEWORKING GROUP WILL DISCUSS THECRISIS WITH THE COMMUNITY.BALTIMORE COUNTY HAS THESECOND HIGHEST NUMBER OFOVERDOSE DEATHS IN THE STATE.IN 20á18...348 PEOPLE DIEDFROM OPIOIDáRELATED OVERDOSES.A MA

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