Shoot Hoops Not Drugs
Operation UNITE is a collaborative model striving to prevent substance misuse and facilitate recovery.
Jason Mullins graduated fourth in his high school class with a 3.76 GPA, was named an All-State football player, and was offered a Congressional appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.He decided to play football at a college in Southeastern Kentucky....
- 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
- Gov. Beshear signs legislation to support Kentuckians fighting addiction
- Gov. Beshear Takes Step To Stop Sale of ‘Gas Station Heroin’
- Harlan County hosts educational summit on drug problem
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By The Numbers
May is Mental Health Month
KY HELP Statewide Call Center Director Jamie Gilliam taped a segment about resources to help with mental health issues for WLEX TV’s “Best of the Bluegrass” show with host Jennifer Palumbo that aired on Thursday, May 18, 2023 show.
UNITE receives $1 million prevention grant
Operation UNITE will receive a $1 million Kentucky Opioid Abatement Advisory Commission (OAAC) grant to develop and implement prevention programs to combat the opioid crisis in Kentucky, Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced April 27.
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