Medications left over from a prior surgery or pills on a nightstand or inside a purse are common in many households. Teens are abusing prescription drugs found at home.
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For more information on opioids, please contact Jennifer Faringer, NCADD-RA Director, at (585) 719-3480 or at email@example.com.