Kentucky Takes a Novel Approach to Fight the Opioid Crisis

The opioid overdose epidemic is a public health emergency. The state of Kentucky has the third highest rate of drug overdose in the country. The FindHelpNowKY.org website bridges a gap between Kentucky residents and timely access to substance use treatment facilities and services. It provides near real-time available openings at local area substance use disorder […]

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Arizona’s ERIC Program Works to Improve Access to Emergency Information

Emergency Response Interpreters Credentialing (ERIC) program interpreter, Beth Kovatch, works with the Operations Section of the Southwest Incident Management Team 1 on the Tinder Fire to record an accessible video updating the public on the the status of the wildfire. Vicki Bond is not surprised at how hot, but at how cold the temperatures can get out […]

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Preventing Prescription Opioid Overdoses in New York State

Like many states, New York is suffering from the consequences of the opioid overdose epidemic. There has been a dramatic increase in the number of overdoses due to both prescription and illicit drug use in recent years. Overdoses are killing people of all races and ages. The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) is […]

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