CVS Health Foundation grants $56K for 211 call center substance use counselors

PROVIDENCE — The United Way’s 211 call center will soon be able to bring in Anchor Recovery peer counselors on opioid and other substance use disorder-related calls thanks to a $56,100 grant from the CVS Health Foundation. The free, confidential 211 help line, available 24/7, 365 days a year, provides guidance to people seeking social…

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