One life at a time…


First Lady sends message to Camp UNITE

Melania Trump, First Lady of the United States, encouraged the 229 youth attending Camp UNITE to make the right choice by staying away from drugs and alcohol in a video message presented on the leadership/adventure program’s final night.

“Your positive impact can be so powerful,” Mrs. Trump said. “With your voice, you have the ability to stand up for a friend being mistreated. With your voice, you have the ability to make positive decisions and say no to drugs and alcohol. With your voice, you can be an example of kindness wherever you go.”

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By The Numbers – September 2018


“Opioids in Appalachia” Report Published

A new report providing a better understanding how opioids are impacting parts of Appalachia differently and how to establish communication best practices was released in January 2018. Data for the report included focus group participation by folks in the UNITE service region.
 
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KY HELP treatment line available


Governor Matt Bevin joined Justice & Public Safety Cabinet Secretary John Tilley, officials with Operation UNITE, and the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, to announce a new call center that will help connect people with drug treatment across Kentucky. “The substance abuse problem has brought us together in the Commonwealth,” said Nancy Hale, UNITE President/CEO. The helpline – 1-833-859-4357 – went live on December 1.
Learn more about the KY HELP Call Center