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In the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic, New Vision Therapy is still fighting the opioid epidemic.
In the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic, New Vision Therapy is still fighting the opioid epidemic.
 
A new federal grant will help North Carolina partner with local justice systems including local law enforcement, courts and others to prevent opioid overdoses and connect people to treatment.
A new federal grant will help North Carolina partner with local justice systems including local law enforcement, courts and others to prevent opioid overdoses and connect people to treatment.
 
Six rural North Carolina communities will share $1.2 million in federal grant funds to strengthen and expand their response to opioid use disorder with increased planning; prevention; evidence-based treatment, including medication-assisted treatment; and recovery service delivery.
Six rural North Carolina communities will share $1.2 million in federal grant funds to strengthen and expand their response to opioid use disorder with increased planning; prevention; evidence-based treatment, including medication-assisted treatment; and recovery service delivery.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper continues pushing for Medicaid expansion. State Rep. Donny Lambeth, R-Forsyth, said he and three co-sponsors plan to reintroduce Carolina Cares, proposed legislation to open Medicaid rolls to more people. Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell, said forget about it. It's not going to happen.
Gov. Roy Cooper continues pushing for Medicaid expansion. State Rep. Donny Lambeth, R-Forsyth, said he and three co-sponsors plan to reintroduce Carolina Cares, proposed legislation to open Medicaid rolls to more people. Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell, said forget about it. It's not going to happen.
 
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