Stats provided by the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team show 134 total overdoses last year: 26 fatal and 108 non-fatal.
Ulster County DA Holley Carnright quoted Dylan to the legislature as he pled for resources to battle the heroin epidemic. “How many deaths will it take ’til he knows that too many people have died?”
Faced with a spiraling opioid crisis, law enforcement officials in Ulster County are embarking on a major effort to track and map drug overdoses in the region. “Heroin overdoses are out of control right now,” says District Attorney Holley Carnright.
“Something went awry very, very fast,” said Ann Marie D’Aliso, speaking to an audience of about 100 in the Saugerties
How has the growing heroin epidemic impacted your life? Our community? Calling all folks in recovery, their families and friends
Community members touched by opiate addiction have searched for answers, support, and solutions to a multifaceted problem. After months of
Those confronting their drug addiction will have an angel on their side under a new program featuring cooperation between the
In some ways, New Paltz might be seen as reflective of the nation as a whole. Classically conservative and liberal
The Rt. 212 Coalition, whose purpose is to link substance abuse resources along Route 212 in Ulster County, presented speakers
“It’s agony, it’s heartbreak, it’s exhaustion. It’s just running around knocking on people’s doors at 7 a.m. looking for your kid, and they send you to someone else’s house and someone else’s, and you find out your kid is in Albany …”