R.I. to receive $2.1M in HHS funds
for opioid treatment programs

NINE RHODE ISLAND entities will receive a combined $2.1 million in funds related to addressing the opioid crisis. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/AUDREY RUDAKOV
NINE RHODE ISLAND entities will receive a combined $2.1 million in funds related to addressing the opioid crisis. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/AUDREY RUDAKOV
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island will receive $2.1 million for opioid treatment programs, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday. Of the total, $1.3 million will be from the Integrated Behavioral Health Services program, to increase access to high-quality, integrated behavioral health services, including the prevention or treatment of mental health conditions or…

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