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“It Just Starts All Over Again,” an original Filter video by Helen Redmond, takes us inside a methadone clinic—and the problems with the system.
This short documentary, created by Filter editor Helen Redmond, portrays people with a psychiatric diagnosis who smoke.
This interview with Dan Bigg, the late, inspirational harm reduction leader, took place in June 2015 at the Southern Harm Reduction Conference. Credit: Urban Survivors Union.
America’s crisis of drug-overdose deaths has largely spared California. At 11.2 deaths per 100,000 people in 2016, California’s rate of ...