THE MIRIAM HOSPITAL, will use a $2.5M grant to partner with Project Weber/RENEW to offer substance abuse services to the gay and bisexual black and Latino community. / COURTESY LIFESPAN
THE MIRIAM HOSPITAL will use a $2.5M grant to partner with Project Weber/RENEW and the Rhode Island Public Health Institute to offer substance abuse services to the gay and bisexual black and Latino community. / COURTESY LIFESPAN
PROVIDENCE — The Miriam Hospital will use a recent $2.5 million federal grant to partner with Project Weber/RENEW and the Rhode Island Public Health Institute in establishing Rhode Island’s first program providing substance use treatment services to gay and bisexual men who are black and Latino. About $1 million of the grant will be used…

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