Welcome to our new website

In order to provide visitors easier access to information about our various programs and initiatives, Operation UNITE launched a redesigned website in December 2019. In addition, the site is now fully compatible with today’s mobile technologies.Links to the nearly 3...
Panel discusses status of drug fight in KY

Panel discusses status of drug fight in KY

Operation UNITE President & CEO Nancy Hale participated in a roundtable discussion about the status of battling the drug epidemic in Kentucky on November 25, 2019, at the National Guard facilities in London. Members of the panel included: Kentucky U.S. Senator...
Award honors ‘innovative solutions’

Award honors ‘innovative solutions’

LOUISVILLE – Operation UNITE’s unique three-pronged approach to combating drug misuse and abuse was honored by the national Addiction Policy Forum as one of 10 innovative programs addressing Kentucky’s addiction crisis. The “Kentucky Innovations to Address Addiction”...
Hope Wall part of CAA kickoff

Hope Wall part of CAA kickoff

The UNITE Hope Wall was featured during a kick-off luncheon for Citizens Attacking Addiction held at the University Club at the University of Louisville on October 23, 2019. Guest speaker was Russell M. Coleman, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky, who...
Drug Court graduates ‘heroes of hope’

Drug Court graduates ‘heroes of hope’

By Janie SlavenCommonwealth Journal“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope.” — Martin LutherSix were honored during the Fall Graduation Ceremony for the 28th Judicial Circuit Adult Drug Court on Wednesday, October 16: Mark Calhoun, David Carroll,...
Rogers to be honored for leadership

Rogers to be honored for leadership

Washington, D.C. (10-21-19) – Kentucky Congressman Harold “Hal” Rogers, who has spearheaded congressional efforts to battle the scourge of opioid addiction, will be honored in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, Oct. 23, by Mothers Against Prescription Drug Abuse (MAPDA).The...