What New Jersey families do after heroin, opioid deaths


When Sally Onesty’s son Tyler died of a heroin overdose last year, she decided to have an addiction expert speak at his funeral and to broadcast the services on Facebook.

It was an unusual decision, but an important one for Onesty. She knew some of Tyler’s friends had addictions and other families were struggling with loved ones battling drug use. And this might help them.


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