Operation UNITE is a collaborative model striving to prevent substance misuse and facilitate recovery.
- $1.5 million announced to support recovery programs, boost workforce in EKY
- American Heart Association distributes more than 100 sports balls to UNITE
- KY posts first decline in overdose deaths in four years
- AmeriCorps grant will enable expansion of the UNITE Service Corps next school year
- UNITE receives $1 million prevention grant
- 24 students awarded ‘I Am UNITE’ scholarships
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What You Need to Know About the Opioid Settlement Funds
States and localities are receiving more than $54 billion over nearly two decades from companies like Purdue Pharma, McKesson, CVS, and others that made, distributed, and sold opioid painkillers. The money is meant as restitution for the companies’ roles in fueling the epidemic. KFF Health News senior correspondent Aneri Pattani breaks down the money’s path – from when it lands to how it’s spent.
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