Burnout, Inadequate Pay Plague Ohio's Victim Services Workforce
Ohioans who work, day in and day out, with some of the most vulnerable populations are struggling with major burnout, according to new data.
By Mary Schuermann Kuhlman, Public News Service
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Counterfeit Pills Laced With Fentanyl Influencing Ohio's Historic Overdose Rates
According to experts, an estimated four in 10 pills laced with fentanyl contain a potentially deadly dose.
Saturday's March for Our Lives in Cincinnati and Around Ohio Will Demand Gun Law Reforms
The rebirth of the movement comes in the wake of the deadly school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
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Teacher Appreciation Week: Celebrating Teachers During Divisive Times and Workforce Shortages
Since the pandemic, the number of people who've decided not to teach as a profession has multiplied.
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