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Opioid Epidemic: Greenville Under Seige
The message from a U.S. district judge in drug court last month was clear: “Greenville is under siege.” Federal Judge Bruce Hendricks uttered those words during a case in response to new data that shows opioid overdose deaths are spiking at an alarming rate in Greenville County, which saw an 80% increase in the deaths in 2018 compared to the prior year, according to a new report from the state Department of Health and Environmental Control.
Greenville County had more overdose deaths than any other county in the state in 2018. Consider these statistics:
► South Carolina in 2018: 1,103 overall overdose deaths
► Greenville County in 2018: 172 overall overdose deaths
► Greenville County in 2018: 131 opioid-related overdose deaths
► Greenville County in 2017: 73 opioid-related overdose deaths
On Aug. 20, alone — a single day — there were at least four opioid overdoses, said Rich Jones, director of FAVOR Greenville, a long-term addiction recovery organization. None of them were fatal.
Statistics provided by Faces and Voices of Recovery in Greenville, SC.