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Camp UNITE 2022
Operation UNITE is a collaborative model striving to prevent substance misuse and facilitate recovery.
- Harlan County hosts educational summit on drug problem
- KY launches website to help those in recovery find housing
- VOA receives nearly $1 million for recovery program
- State officials honor those in recovery
- Hale named one of 50 ‘Notable Women in Kentucky Politics and Government’ for 2022
- UNITE to coordinate RxAware pilot program to curb opioid misuse, educate public in Kentucky
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By The Numbers – November 2022
Stringing Together Hope
CBS News reporter Mark Strassman recently visited the Appalachian School of Luthiery in Hindman. His reporting covers how Hindman was hit hard by the opioid epidemic, but shows how this school is working to combat that through music and giving people a second chance after battling a substance use disorder.
Prevention coordinator position funded through HarborPath sponsorship
Operation UNITE will receive funding for a full-time prevention projects coordinator through a sponsorship announced June 21 by Ken Trogdon, CEO of HarborPath, a North Carolina-based non-profit organization. The multi-year, $60,000 grant will go toward hiring an individual to focus on finding opportunities UNITE can increase access to Naloxone across the 32-county Southern and Eastern Kentucky region it serves.
Rx and Illicit Drug Summit 2022
The 2022 Rx and Illicit Drug Summit, held April 18-21, 2022 at the World Congress Center in Atlanta, drew more than 3,000 participants. The conference featured more than 90 sessions across nine focused tracks, led by more than 250 national expert speakers.
Save the Date: 12th Annual Rx and Illicit Drug Summit, April 10-13, 2023, Georgia World Congress Center and Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center.
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