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Texas program that gives out lifesaving drugs to combat opioid overdoses has been out of money for months

The state’s federally funded “More Narcan Please” program ran out of money in January, in part due to high demand. Advocates say Texas should invest more in the harm reduction effort.

Callie Crow, the founder of Drew's 27 Chains, conducts a Narcan training session with officers from the Caddo Mills Police D…

“It’s made a huge impact”

Naloxone, a medication designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose, at an opioid educational training class with Callie Crow…

High demand, not enough money

“Now they want it”

Callie Crow, the founder of Drew's 27 Chains, conducts a Narcan training session with officers from the Caddo Mills Police D…

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