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Part I: Between 450-500 people packed Lincoln-Way Central High School to participate in Will County HELPS, a symposium on heroin and the trail of devastation it leaves behind. The number of fatalities due to drug overdoses has rise from five in 2009 to
From teens to grandparents, a judge, a doctor and law enforcement along with Will County and Village officials, one after the other stood Thursday to talk about a tragedy of epidemic proportions. More than 450 people packed Lincoln-Way Central High School's Lee F. Rosenquist Auditorium for the Will County HELPS Symposium on Heroin. In the aftermath of the tragic death of at least three teens in New Lenox in the past year, Mayor Tim Baldermann teamed up with village law enforcement officials to organize the Will County HELPS (Heroin Education Leads to Preventative Solutions) symposium, which featured an hour-long resource fair before the formal presentation. This community forum is a response to what has become a "public health crisis," …