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WHYY TV Documentaries March 29 2018

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PBS and NPR’s local member station WHYY Channel 12 in Philadelphia will air 2 powerful short TV documentaries about addictions on March 29, 2018 from 10pm to 11pm. Providence Treatment is proud to be the sole sponsorship for this program. Please tune in to be part of this important discussion.

Broken: Women – Families – Opioids – Airs: Thursday, March 29 at 10pm on WHYY

Opioid addiction is destructive across all demographics. But compared to men, women’s addiction can have more devastating implications. Some children are born addicted, while others face uncertain futures because of addicted mothers. Many children are placed in foster care, but an increasing number are being raised by extended family – further disrupting lives. WQED continues its Emmy© Award winning “Hope after Heroin” project with a compelling new documentary exploring how opioid addiction among women is breaking the family bond and changing the fabric of society.

Hooked Rx: From Prescription to Addiction- Airs: Thursday, March 29 at 10:30p on WHYY

Hooked Rx: From Prescription to Addiction is a special investigative project into the destructive epidemic of prescription opioid addiction, produced by more than 100 journalism students at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. For nearly four months, students crisscrossed the state to produce a multimedia investigation into Arizona’s – and the country’s – dependence on prescription pain medication and the toll addiction takes on families and patients.

About Providence Treatment

Providence Treatment is an outpatient behavioral health and substance use program for professionals in safety sensitive occupations in need of recovery.  Located in Media, PA, Providence Treatment offers personalized services for physicians, attorneys, pilots and other professionals and executives and their families affected by the disease of addiction. Learn more about Providence Treatment online at providencetreatment.com or (484) 445-4145.