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…

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