We have a method to reverse opioid overdoses. We’ve had it for a long time. So why does it take so many deaths for this solution to be available wherever its needed? Los Angeles Unified to offer opioid overdose treatment at school sites. “Los Angeles Unified will provide schools with the opioid overdose treatment naloxone following several overdoses among students this school year. Nine students have overdosed across the district, including one 15-year-old who died last week. With support from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, LAUSD is distributing the naloxone units across its schools at no cost, beginning first with middle and high schools.”

+ “A staggering total of 109 soldiers assigned to Fort Bragg died in 2020 and 2021. Dozens have lost their lives there to drug overdoses. Now, their families are demanding answers — and accountability.” Rolling Stone: ‘These Kids Are Dying’ — Inside the Overdose Crisis Sweeping Fort Bragg.