Health care providers and others can apply through Jan. 15 for planning grants to prevent and reduce opioid use disorder in high-risk rural counties through community partnerships, the Health Resources and Services Administration announced last week. HRSA’s Rural Communities Opioid Response Program expects to award $24 million in grants to 120 consortia as part of a multi-year effort to improve access to providers and implement new models of care.

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