In the News
A couple of weeks ago I was in Dayton, Ohio, for meetings and learned Dayton, or more specifically Montgomery County, is the “overdose capital of America,” ground zero for America’s opioid crisis.
Although prescription drug take back day has passed, several drop-off sites are open year round throughout Dane County
(If any of these links do not work, please let us know.) General (or Multiple Means) Brittany Paris, “Mt. Horeb gun shop owner works to prevent suicide.” Channel 3000. November 17, 2017…
In Dane County, more than 25 percent of all injury-related deaths are because of suicide. A Mt. Horeb gun shop owner is doing what he can to help prevent people from hurting themselves in the future.
Mary Rauwolf's son Conrad died of a heroin overdose in 2015 at the age of 22. Now she's working to give other families support and educate others on the heroin epidemic.
A Madison summit on the state's overdose epidemic includes transformative stories, and key collaborations in the fight against addiction
Falls don’t get as much attention as top killers such as cancer and heart disease, but they take a heavy toll, especially in Wisconsin.
McFarland resident Jean Papalia was named a Hometown Hero during the Nov. 2 meeting of the state Assembly. She was nominated by Rep. Jimmy Anderson, who serves the states 47th District that includes the village.
The 2017 M List recognizes local leaders and innovators in the health field who are influencing the economic landscape of the region.