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In the last year, 75 people have died from heroin overdoes at Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital, more than double the number the year before. "The sad reality is someone could be using today, they could want to quit today, but they can't get into services today," Penny Caudill, Monroe County Health Administrator said. "There aren't enough resources for addictions in Monroe County, in the State of Indiana, probably across the country." On Monday, Dec. 7, Crafton and Price will appear in court in an effort to discontinue their treatment at the Lighthouse. Nicole Krasean and Nicole Krasean

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In the last year, 75 people have died from heroin overdoes at Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital, more than double the number the year before. "The sad reality is someone could be using today, they could want to quit today, but they can't get into services today," Penny Caudill, Monroe County Health Administrator said. "There aren't enough resources for addictions in Monroe County, in the State of Indiana, probably across the country." On Monday, Dec. 7, Crafton and Price will appear in court in an effort to discontinue their treatment at the Lighthouse.

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