Help NHPR Report on Opioid Abuse, Treatment and Recovery

Dec 23, 2016

New Hampshire Public Radio has spent two years exploring the opioid crisis, examining everything from how it began to how state officials and the treatment community have responded. In that time, nearly 1,000 Granite Staters have died from drug overdoses — and many, many more have struggled with addiction.

We want to continue our reporting on this important issue in the year ahead, and we need your help. We want to hear how heroin and opioid use has affected your life, whether you've personally experienced addiction or whether you've dealt with the issue secondhand — as a friend, family member, treatment provider or otherwise.

Our hope is that by listening to people who've been touched by the epidemic, we'll better understand the disease of addiction and its impact on our community. 

If you have a story to share, questions about addiction or treatment, or other ideas that you think we should explore, we invite you to take a few minutes and let us know using the survey below.

After telling us a bit about how you've been personally affected by heroin and opioid use, feel free to answer as many or as few questions as you like.

We may follow up to learn more about your experience and to include you in our coverage. But we won't publish any of the information you share without your permission.

Thank you.

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