CHICO, Calif. - In response to the mass overdose in Chico, actor Daniel Baldwin is offering his help.
Baldwin is a recovered drug addict and works at the Soba Recovery Center, based in Malibu. He and the center's CEO Greg Hannley learned of the overdose incident and stepped forward offering to sponsor those who overdosed Saturday.
Action News Now spoke with Baldwin on the phone about why he is willing to help.
"We want to help educate what's going on as it branches out from LA, from San Francisco and from Oakland," Baldwin said. "Now it's reached your area where people are probably manufacturing the Fentanyl very close by."
Baldwin says he is willing to sponsor anyone who was impacted by Saturday's mass overdose.
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