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Prescription Drug Community Action Kit

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Louie Miceli, a high school athlete, started using prescription opioid painkillers following a sports injury. His mother, Felicia, shares how Louie's painkiller use led to addiction. Eventually, Louie switched to heroin – a cheaper, but illegal, alternative. Like many who struggle with addiction, Louie fatally overdosed on Aug. 7, 2012.

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