Local preschool helps families impacted by heroin

A local preschool focuses on children who have been severely abused and neglected.

Nearly half of its students have been exposed to a parent’s substance abuse.

As the heroin epidemic creates a bigger demand for counseling and treatment of young victims, the Therapeutic Inter-Agency Preschool (TIP) at Cincinnati Children’s is changing lives.

Click on Local12.com to see how the program helped a 4-year-old boy on the path to healing.

 

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