Neighborhoods pushing back against Suboxone clinic expansions

VALUABLE RESOURCE: CODAC Behavioral Healthcare Inc., headquartered in Cranston, operates six centers in Rhode Island that offer addiction-treatment services. Above, CODAC CEO and President Linda Hurley talks with Robert Babat, program administrator for Newport CODAC. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
VALUABLE RESOURCE: CODAC Behavioral Healthcare Inc., headquartered in Cranston, operates six centers in Rhode Island that offer addiction-treatment services. Above, CODAC CEO and President Linda Hurley talks with Robert Babat, program administrator for Newport CODAC. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
Rhode Island has about 300 medical professionals who are trained and licensed to prescribe Suboxone, a drug that helps people who are addicted to opiates…

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