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Heroin in America: Families Fight Back

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Heroin in America: Families Fight Back

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Heroin in America: Families Fight Back

Heroin in America: Families Fight Back

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Last year, the state of Massachusetts saw some 36,000 admissions into heroin treatment programs. In Boston, things have gotten so bad that a group of everyday people decided to take matters into their own hands by forming the South Boston Family Resource Center. NPR's Chris Arnold reports in the second of a five-part series on a growing addiction crisis.

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