Not in Vein is a film that clearly shows the opioid epidemics effect at the community level. This powerful documentary offers a greater understanding of the crisis — with more in-depth reporting than any traditional media campaign could ever achieve.
Most Americans have finally realized the magnitude of the heroin/opioid epidemic that is devastating large sections of the nation. However in the middle of massive destruction, many people still think of it as someone else’s problem.
In reality, the true impact of the crisis touches virtually every community and every American.
This epidemic has taken a devastating personal toll, from crumbling communities to losing 115 people every day to overdose.
In addition to exposing the toll the heroin and opioid epidemic has taken on America, Not in Vein also exposes the billion-dollar cartel-controlled distribution network in the United States — and specifically in Ohio. Mexican drug cartels and criminal gangs have a sophisticated distribution system that rivals Federal Express, UPS and Walmart — and Central Ohio is one of hundreds of operational hubs on U.S. soil.
Not in Vein is an important documentary that every parent and community leader should see.
At the conclusion of the film, three individuals featured in the documentary, Sara Carter, Chris Farrell and Heidi RIggs will be on hand for a question-and-answer session with the audience.