Cleveland City Council, Mayor Jackson and other community leaders will unveil a billboard campaign aimed at prescription drug abuse on Wednesday, April 2 at 1:30 p.m. at the corner of Carnegie and East 14th Street.
City leaders want to bring attention to the fact that prescription drug abuse is a known pathway to heroin abuse.
Clear Channel Outdoor is donating more than 20 billboards across the city that will direct the public to a hotline number for assistance.
The city of Cleveland’s anti- prescription drug abuse campaign is in conjunction with Cuyahoga County’s fight against heroin addiction –”Lets Face It“.
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