CLINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - Folks in one local city get the tools they need to fight opioid addiction.
Valley Addiction Program in Clinton held an open house on Wednesday night.
People who showed up learned about the steps to recovery.
They also received advice on how to support a loved one who may be battling addiction.
People from the center say opioid abuse is a far-reaching problem.
They're glad to be able to bring this service to the community.
Valley addictions program is located at 700 South Main Street in Clinton.
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