The Health Resources and Services Administration yesterday awarded 120 organizations, including hospitals, $200,000 each to develop community partnerships and plans to prevent and reduce opioid use disorder in high-risk rural counties. HRSA also is accepting applications through June 10 for grants of up to $725,000 each to expand access to medication-assisted treatment for opioid and other substance use disorders in high-risk rural communities.

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