At a roundtable discussion last Thursday, North Carolina State Attorney General Josh Stein and local leaders discussed the opioid crisis and how our region is dealing with it. The event, hosted by Stein and WECT, featured different viewpoints on the epidemic. But many of these local perspectives echoed a larger, national conversation. Over 2 million people in the United States have a substance use disorder related to opioid pain medicines. But, less than 18 percent actually receive treatment. The challenge for communities all across the country is how to get more people suffering from these disorders into treatment.