The Washington Post

STOLLINGS, WV -SEP 01: An ominous sign painted on some rocks in Logan County, West Virginia speaks to the issue that drugs are a big problem in rural West Virginia. -The Mingo County town of Gilbert, West Virginia has an opiate problem that belies its small size. There’s only about 450 residents but the overdose issue has impacted the community hard. The town has more pharmacies than other towns of similar size. (Photo by Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images)