Family Service of Rhode Island, CODAC use $750K grant to aid kids affected by opioid crisis

CODAC AND FAMILY SERVICE of Rhode Island celebrated a $750,000 grant allowing them to collaborate on expanding services for young people affected by family opioid abuse. From left, Erin Albanese; Kate Prendergast, vice president of quality improvement for CODAC Behavioral Healthcare; Sen. Jack Reed; Margaret Holland McDuff, CEO of Family Service of Rhode Island; and Sarah Kelly-Palmer, FSRI vice president for trauma. / COURTESY OFFICE OF SEN. JACK REED
PROVIDENCE – CODAC Behavioral Healthcare and Family Service of Rhode Island are using a $750,000, three-year grant from the U.S. Office for Victims of Crime to counsel and mentor children and youths facing financial and emotional challenges from their parents’ opioid addictions. The Office for Victims of Crime, a federal office that provides aid to victims of…

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