If you’re looking for information on opioids, the Helpline Center is the place to call.
The local organization has created a special hotline for opioid resources.
This is designed to help direct people where to get help, drop off old medications, or find support for loved ones.
“To start by a phone call or text message is not as scary sometimes as walking in, and then we can help provide that encouragement. Help people walk through the steps of what they can expect,” Helpline Center VP of Program Development Besty Schuster said.
On Tuesday’s Eye on KELOLAND, we’re going to find out why the Helpline Center is taking on this new task and how it could help save lives.