When you buy a house in Asheville, you are buying into a unique and unique history.
For the last four decades, the city has been the epicenter of the Southern Appalachians and the most populated city in the South.
Now, as the city struggles to recover from decades of drought and natural disasters, the historic buildings are facing a new threat: they could be destroyed.
Charlotte, North Carolina, is home to more than 1.5 million people.
There are more than 10 million people living in the surrounding area, with more than 300,000 people living on the east coast of the United States.
But this area of North Carolina is also a hotbed of the opioid epidemic.
A large portion of Asheville’s population has been exposed to opioids and heroin during the years of the war on drugs, but there are few statistics on how many people have died from the deadly opioid epidemic in the city.
In fact, the number of people who have died as a result of opioid overdose in Asheville is still unknown.
While Asheville has seen an increase in overdose deaths over the last few years, the rate has been increasing over the past year, according to a new study from the University of North Texas and the University at Albany.
According to the study, the overall rate of overdose deaths in Asheville increased from 15 in 2016 to 26 in 2017, with a further rise in 2018.
It is not clear how much of this increase was due to new opioid prescriptions or new heroin users.
The researchers also said that the increase in opioid prescriptions and the heroin users increased the risk of dying from opioid overdose.
Researchers say the rise in opioid overdoses in Asheville can be linked to the city’s booming housing market.
Housing is becoming more expensive in many parts of the country.
The number of residents who have a home as their primary residence has increased from 18.8 million in 2020 to 27.3 million in 2021, according the study.
In addition, the cost of renting has increased as well.
But despite the rising costs, housing affordability has remained stagnant, according a 2017 report from the National Association of Realtors.
With such a high rate of opioid overdoses and heroin use, a large number of Asheville residents are now living in public housing, according experts.
One way to reduce the overdose and heroin deaths is to help people transition into community housing.
In some areas of Asheville, there are many options available, including subsidized apartments, low-cost rental housing and subsidized community care homes.
This type of housing also includes drug treatment programs.
These programs are a good way to help residents who are struggling with addiction and are living in unsafe, low quality housing, said Dr. Michael D. Pascale, an addiction specialist with the University Health System.
Pascale said there are currently more than 8,000 drug treatment centers in the US.
He said many of these people are able to access the services at affordable rates.
In 2018, the CDC reported that there were nearly 2,000 overdose deaths and more than 5,600 heroin deaths nationwide.
That’s a large increase from just four years earlier.
In 2020, there were more than 200,000 opioid overdose deaths, while there were less than 100,000 heroin deaths.
If you or someone you know needs help with addiction, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.