In 2017, 118 Cobb residents died of opioid overdoses, the highest of any county in Georgia, according to the Cobb & Douglas Public Health Department.... Cobb seeks to curb opioid deaths with new approach

In 2017, 118 Cobb residents died of opioid overdoses, the highest of any county in Georgia, according to the Cobb & Douglas Public Health Department. The same year, there were over 600 Cobb residents who suffered opioid-involved hospitalizations and ER visits, the second-highest rate in the state. To help end the crisis, county leadership is looking north, and to local community leaders.

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Marietta Daily Journal 


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