Opioid Crisis

addiction

Artists Are Occupying Museums to Protest Big Pharma

The Sackler family name is all over the art world, but they made their billions pushing opiates. These artists have had enough.
Dyllan Furness
10.24.18
VICELAND

When Seeking Treatment for Opioid Addiction Leaves You Homeless

On 'DOPESICK NATION,' Frankie Holmes meets Chris, a man who went to South Florida to get treatment for his heroin addiction and ended up on the streets.
Sarah Bellman
9.20.18
Drugs

We Embedded with Vigilante Drug Testers at the Gathering of the Juggalos

In opioid-ravaged Ohio, Bunk Police helped Insane Clown Posse fans test their drugs.
Allison Tierney
7.31.18
Drugs

The US Opioid Crisis Started in India

How India's historical role in the global opiate trade contributed to a crisis in the United States.
Benjamin Siegel
4.27.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

At least six people dead in Miami bridge collapse, Trump's new opioid plan said to include death penalty for dealers, White House denies H.R. McMaster is getting fired, and more.
VICE Staff
3.16.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

The Kratom Controversy

We talk about the herbal supplement used for opioid withdrawals and its new FDA classification on 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast.'
VICE Staff
2.15.18
VICELAND

Inside Kratom, the Gas Station Drug That Could End the Opioid Crisis

The green powder from Southeast Asia could help fight addiction—but is that the whole story?
Mark Hay
12.13.17
High Wire

It Doesn't Take a Genius to Solve the Opioid Crisis

Solutions to this deadly disaster are clear, and America needs a new coalition to address it—maybe even one that includes Kellyanne "Alternative Facts" Conway.
Maia Szalavitz
12.4.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Don't Worry, Kellyanne Conway's Handling the Opioid Crisis

Despite her not having any experience in public health whatsoever.
Drew Schwartz
11.30.17
The THUMP Harm Reduction Project

How Worried Should We Be About Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine?

Experts discuss whether the dangerous opioid is really as widespread as recent media reports claim.
Michelle Lhooq
7.19.17
The Festival Harm Reduction Project

Tainted Drugs at Music Festivals a Major Concern for Canadians: VICE Survey

Over 4,600 people responded to our questionnaire about substance use and harm reduction at concerts.
Max Mertens
7.10.17
The Festival Harm Reduction Project

"It's a Crisis:" Students Want Better Access to Drug Testing Kits

With the global opioid crisis crisis growing, it's more important than ever for people to know what's in their substances.
Michael Rancic
5.18.17
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