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NYC Pharmacies Begins Selling Opioid Overdose Antidote Naloxone Over The Counter
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Acme pharmacies in NJ join fight against opioid epidemic with Narcan sales

Pharmacies including Walgreens and CVS already selling naloxone for opioid overdoses in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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Artemio Gayton
Artemio Gayton (NJ State Police)
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NJ man had $1M worth of cocaine in home, police say

Police said they found 10 kilograms of heroin inside his Manchester home.

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Monmouth County drug overdose heat map
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See exactly where Monmouth County had the most drug overdose deaths

Five spots on this map shine the brightest, for a bad reason.

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Ocean County’s fight against drugs: Random high school sweeps will continue

According to the county prosecutor, every high school has been visited by officers and K9 units since the effort began in 2014, but the sweeps are not stopping.

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Rutgers Recovery Housing
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Sober students only: Rutgers’ Recovery Housing is a model for the nation

There are no signs on the homes in order to protect the students' anonymity.

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Medicine
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Unwanted prescription meds — don’t flush ’em down the toilet!

A pilot program is launched in South Jersey to safely get rid of prescription pills at home

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Artem Furman
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A push to expand coverage for addiction treatment in New Jersey

What a new law will require insurance companies to do for addicts.

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FILE - This Feb. 19, 2013, file photo, shows OxyContin pills arranged for a photo at a pharmacy in Montpelier, Vt. More than 28,000 Americans died from overdosing on opiates in 2014, a record high for the nation. That’s 78 people per day, a number that doesn’t include the millions of family members, first responders and even taxpayers who feel the ripple of drug addiction in their daily lives. A rise in prescription painkillers is partially to blame: The sale of these drugs has quadrupled since 1999, and so has the number of Americans dying from an addiction to them. When prescriptions run out, people find themselves turning to the cheaper alternative heroin and, increasingly, the even more deadly drug fentanyl. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot, File)
OxyContin pills (AP Photo/Toby Talbot, File)
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Another chance for Ocean County drug addicts to get help

No one seeking help, no matter where they live, will be turned away, according to Ocean County Prosecutor's Office spokesman Al Della Fave.

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Drug check at Manchester High School
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Ocean County school gets checked for drugs; addicts offered amnesty, rehab

Addicts can get help at no charge without fear of arrest in Manchester today or in Brick on Thursday.

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Toms River Police Department
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NJ dealer caught with 83 bricks of heroin gets 6 months of rehab, no prison

Gary Fox, 30, of Toms River, who has a criminal record that includes previous drug convictions, avoided any prison time by pleading guilty.

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