Schools, Nonprofit Team Up To Stem Rise Of Drug Overdose

Feb 8, 2016

An Indiana non-profit group is working with schools to teach students about the hazards of drug abuse.
Credit U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency

With more people dying from drug overdose in Indiana than car accidents, school administrators are clamoring for ways to help their students avoid the temptation of drugs.

The Indianapolis-based nonprofit Operation Lifeline has started an outreach program to fill that need.

Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Leigh DeNoon was on hand for one of the group’s recent presentations, and has this report.