The most recent Kentucky Health Issues Poll (KHIP) on heroin use and prescription drug misuse shows where our state's drug problems are hitting hardest. Northern Kentucky residents are twice as likely as other Kentucky residents to report knowing someone with heroin problems. Younger, white, lower income adults are more likely to know someone with problems because of prescription drug misuse.
KHIP, funded by the Foundation and Interact for Health, provides a snapshot of Kentuckians' views on health related issues.
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Title: Heroin Use and Prescription Drug Misuse in Kentucky
Publication date 2016-01-19
Publication Year 2016
Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky
, Institute for Policy Research at the University of Cincinnati
North America / United States (Southern) / Kentucky
, heroin use
, louisville area
, knew someone
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