Heroin epidemic discussed at forum held at Chappaqua Library

Experts at the panel say 2,000 people in

Experts at the panel say 2,000 people in the Hudson Valley are in treatment trying to get clean. (April 29, 2014 11:36 PM)

A forum was held Tuesday night in Chappaqua to educate and inform the public about the growing heroin problem in the Hudson Valley.

Dr. Andrew Kolodny, from the Phoenix House Foundation, told the packed house at the Chappaqua Library that the CDC has called the current heroin epidemic the worst in United States history. Last year, 75 people in the Hudson Valley died from heroin overdoses.

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