Pilot program aims to help parents struggling with substance abuse and keep families together
With a severe shortage of foster care options, Ohio authorities developed a pilot program called START to help families impacted by the opioid crisis. The program pairs families with a caseworker and gets them involved in counseling, but the key is a peer mentor who offers support along the way.
People trapped in West Virginia mine speak out01:15
How one boy has helped save over a thousand shelter dogs01:14
Seattle schools find proof that students benefit from extra sleep01:09
Virgin Galactic rocket test flight marks major step toward space tourism01:01
Would you give up your smartphone for a year for $100,000?01:09
Pilot nearly killed during military exercise00:51