President Trump will visit Manchester Monday, where's he's expected to announce a new plan to battle the nationwide opioid crisis.
Manchester Fire Department Chief Daniel Goonan knows first-hand how big his city’s opioid problem is.
“The more you become involved with this, the bigger you realize the crisis is,” Goonan said.
In May of 2016, Manchester Fire started up what’s called a Safe Station program. Those suffering from drug addiction are provided a path to treatment without worry of arrest or judgement.