'Momma T' helps people with addiction in name of her late son

When a Baltimore County mother lost her 24-year-old son to an accidental overdose, she wasn't sure how she was going to move on. But Toni Torsch, of Perry Hall, turned pain into power in an effort to address the stigma and shame of addiction -- something that is mired in numerous issues, including mental health and misunderstanding. WBAL-TV 11 News first met Toni Torsch 10 years ago after she lost her dear son, Dan, to an accidental overdose. After Dan's death, Torsch fought to make the overdose antidote naloxone more widely available in Maryland. Now, Torsch's fight is more like Torsch's war.