“Baltimore Standing Together” highlights the grassroots efforts of people in our community who are changing life for the better – one person at a time. Our city’s leaders will share their plans and answer your questions, so we want to hear from you.

Be heard, Baltimore.

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Addiction and overdoses happening on an epic scale impacting thousands of families. Where do we go from here?

In the second in a series of Town Hall discussions WJZ, The Baltimore Sun and the University of Baltimore join with healthcare leaders, first responders and community groups to stand together to address the crisis head-on and discuss ways we can stop the epidemic.

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Our panelists for the discussion: Dr. Leana Wen, Sheriff Gahler, Pastor Craig McLaughlin and Edgar Wiggins.

Baltimore Standing Together: The Opioid Epidemic will air on Tuesday, May 8 at 6 p.m. You can also watch it on wjz.com and on our Facebook page.

Join the discussion on Twitter and Facebook, using the #BMORETogether and ask experts from Concerted Care Group your questions.

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Share your stories with us using the #BMORETogether on social media or by emailing newsroom@wjz.com with Baltimore Standing Together in the subject line.