How Europe's heroin capital solved its overdose crisis (Crosstown Clinic)
In a Lisbon gymnasium, people whose bodies have been ravaged by drugs are trying to put their lives back together.
They've formed two lines and laugh as they take turns throwing a ball to their partners.
A prescription heroin program supplies roughly 100 addicts in Vancouver, but difficulties in obtaining the drug — along with the high cost — make it a questionable longer-term solution for addiction.
Chris Brown reports
Angela White, St. Paul's Hospital Volunteer