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One Nation Overdosed (Opioid: Jos Programs) #1130583

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 30, 2018
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Lexington, Kentucky: Catie Beck) Jobs programs helping those struggling with opioid addiction featured; scenes shown from the DV8 Kitchen restaurant in Lexington, Kentucky, where most staff members are recovering addicts. [Worker Zachary THOMAS - talks about his addiction.] [Kitchen employee Dan RISON†- talks about a second chance.] [Dv8 owner Rob PEREZ - says the addiction epidemic is huge; talks about his workers.] [In Indiana, Belden vice president of research & development Doug BRENNEKE†, Belden employee Shawn ADELSPERGER†- talk about the company program.]

Snow, Kate;
Beck, Catie

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