The future of New Jersey’s ad campaign to combat the opioid epidemic is being examined.
The state spent about $42 million on the ‘Reach NJ’ ads that featured former Governor Chris Christie telling people where to call for help.
“If you’re struggling with addiction, supporting someone who is, or just don’t know where to turn, don’t suffer. Help is within reach.”
Senate Health Committee chairman Joe Vitale says the state needs to determine whether the ads are having the desired effect.