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Huntington, West Virginia’s new approach to combating drug addiction has been around for only two years, and so its long-term impact is still unknown. But the immediate results are promising.
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60 Minutes 10h
Former Marine Dakota Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient, turns to an injection in his neck to treat his PTSD. 60 Minutes first met Meyer in 2011
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60 Minutes 11h
"National Geographic" photographer Joel Sartore shows 60 Minutes how his shots come together and why he started his Photo Ark project
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60 Minutes Jun 17
60 Minutes was there during Marine Sgt Coto’s second “stellate ganglion block” injection – an experimental treatment in which a local anesthetic is injected into a cluster of nerves in the neck.
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60 Minutes Jun 17
Watch social worker Krishawna Harless on the streets of Huntington, WV, trying to get drug addicts into treatment.
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60 Minutes Jun 16
Lesley Stahl talks with Dutch conductor Jaap van Zweden, who's bringing new ideas and direction to what many consider to be one of the finest symphony orchestras in the world, the New York Philharmonic
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60 Minutes Jun 16
"National Geographic" photographer Joel Sartore shows 60 Minutes how his shots come together and why he started his Photo Ark project
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60 Minutes Jun 16
After a childhood of anger and violence, Ryan Speedo Green now commands the stage around the world
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60 Minutes Jun 16
Former Marine Dakota Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient, turns to an injection in his neck to treat his PTSD. 60 Minutes first met Meyer in 2011
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60 Minutes Jun 16
The stars and creators of "Game of Thrones" tell Anderson Cooper how the show came together, what they initially thought of their characters and their thoughts on the violence in the show
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60 Minutes Jun 16
Huntington’s new approach to drug addiction has been around for only two years, and so its long-term impact is still unknown. But immediate results are promising. Police say drug-related homicides are down almost 70% and overdoses are down more than 40%
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60 Minutes Jun 16
Last January, Krishawna Harless helped Breanna Dement get out of jail and into a treatment program. Dement is one of 300 former drug addicts now working with Harless, 73% of whom have gone to rehab.
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60 Minutes Jun 16
Watch social worker Krishawna Harless on the streets of Huntington, WV, trying to get drug addicts into treatment.
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60 Minutes Jun 16
“I've seen programs come and programs go… Most did not fix the problem. Most moved the problem around… I never had an option of [offering] rehab and recovery…. nobody ever really fulfilled that promise until now,” says officer Rocky Johnson.
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60 Minutes Jun 16
“We were handing the addicts off to her so she could do her job, and that freed us up to do ours, which was target the drug dealer,” officer Rocky Johnson says about adding a social worker to the drug unit.
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60 Minutes Jun 16
Rocky Johnson with the police force’s drug unit used to think Huntington’s battle against opioids was unwinnable: “[W]e pounded it day in, day out, almost 24 hours a day..."
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60 Minutes Jun 16
“Our city was in a crisis, and their officers were exhausted,” says social worker Krishawna Harless, who was hired to work with Huntington’s drug unit to get addicts into treatment. “They knew … that they couldn't arrest their way out of it.”
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60 Minutes Jun 16
On August 15, 2016, emergency operators were inundated with reports of people collapsing across Huntington, WV. A batch of fentanyl laced-heroin caused 26 overdoses in just four hours.
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60 Minutes Jun 16
Former Brigadier General Donald Bolduc says SGB helped put him on the path to recovery. He was the first senior officer to speak openly about having PTSD – something his superiors didn’t like.
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60 Minutes Jun 16
“I felt like a brand new man,” John Zehring says after his SGB shot. “I had a control of my feelings… I was my own self, my old self, I was John Zehring, pre-combat again.” And he was able to respond to therapy.
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