(Wright State University News Room, October 16) Hundreds of Wright State students, area high school students and community members took part in an effort to throw the spotlight on the dangers of opioid abuse and come up with answers to fight the epidemic.
On Oct. 16, an Ohio House task force chaired by Rep. Robert Sprague held a discussion in the Wright State Nutter Center Berry Room on what the community is doing to battle the drug crisis. After the discussion the Nutter Center hosted a summit supporting a new initiative by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
The summit featured speakers who educated the audience about opioid addiction and inspired them to help wage war against it. The target audience was high school and college students, faculty members, law enforcement, first responders and community leaders. Read more.