What the N.C. Legislature did for the state’s poor: Here’s a look at some of the best state programs

The White House website shows a lot of programs designed to help the state tackle its opioid crisis, including programs to provide free naloxone and overdose prevention training to public safety workers and a $200 million opioid addiction treatment program that includes the purchase of medication to help treat opioid-related symptoms.

But the NPS website does not provide the same level of detail on some of its other programs.

Here’s a glimpse into what is available: