LIVE Call-In Show: The Growing Opioid Crisis

LIVE Call-In Show: The Growing Opioid Crisis

OKEMOS - Join us LIVE for a new episode of Open Line on the growing opioid crisis and prescription drug abuse in Michigan, specifically in Ingham County. With the help of our guest panel, we will discuss how this growing issue is negatively impacting lives as well as the steps organizations are taking to educate the public and the preventative initiatives being put in place.

LIVE Thursday, April 19th 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Confirmed Guests:
-Dave Hall, Police Chief, Meridian Township
-Phil Pavona, Executive Vice President and founding member, Okemos/Ingham County FAN (Families Against Narcotics) Chapter
-Linda Vail, Health Officer, Ingham County

Viewers will have the opportunity to ask questions during the live program by calling 517.349.1232. Questions can also be asked on Twitter using the @HOMTV Twitter handle.

Comcast Cable subscribers in East Lansing, Haslett and Okemos can view the program by turning to Channel 21. Non-cable subscribers or those who live outside the viewing area will have the opportunity to take part in the program through a live video stream on HOMTV’s website.

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