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Arkansas recovery program begins distributing opioid overdose prevention funds


Two months after its founding, the Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership has begun distributing funds in its fight against opioid addiction in the state.

As of Jan. 4, the partnership has approved almost $3.5 million in general funding and an additional $177,000 in credits for the Arkansas Naloxone Bank.


By Daniel McFadin
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Two months after its founding, the Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership has begun distributing funds in its fight against opioid addiction in the state.

As of Jan. 4, the partnership has approved almost $3.5 million in general funding and an additional $177,000 in credits for the Arkansas Naloxone Bank.

More detailed information about the projects that have been funded is available here.

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