Nov 4, 2015 2:48 PM
Tonight on WBIN-TV, the NH1 News team tackles the drug crisis in our state.
It's more than a 1-hour special - we've assembled a team of experts to answer your questions and CONNECT people with treatment.
Representatives from Farnum Center, Laconia Police Department's drug treatment coordinator, Manchester NH Police Chief Nick Willard, Dr. Goodman from Catholic Medical Center, and Governor Maggie Hassan will all be here to answer your questions about the drug crisis in New Hampshire.
Tweet us your questions using #KillerHigh or you can leave them on our Facebook page.
Your questions will be answered LIVE on air from 5-11 p.m.
If treatment is needed you'll be sent a direct message with a number to call immediately.
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