In the News Category: News

Community Wellness and NARCAN Training

Be Prepared: Join us for a FREE Narcan (naloxone) training session about the life-saving antidote to opioid overdose and discuss perspectives on how the opioid epidemic is impacting communities and discover local resources to help loved ones break the cycle

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Annual Conference on Problem Gambling

YOU’RE INVITED! Please consider attending the Annual Conference on Problem Gambling presented by the Northeast Region Problem Gambling Resource Center. The goal is to bring focus to the impacts of this disorder. Are you or someone you know impacted by

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Substance Use Disorder in the Maternal Population

In the interest of reaching the largest audience possible on this very important topic, we’ve decided to waive the fees for this conference. To register, follow the link below. Please also forward this information to anyone else you think may

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Mountain Top Cares

The Mountain Top Advocacy Coalition will to be hosting a viewing of ‘Smacked’ on November 11, 7 pm at the Windham Theater.  This award winning film about the Opioid Crisis in Otsego and Delaware Counties looks at the issue of

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Chairman’s Corner: Opioid epidemic response update

The fight to combat the insidious opioid epidemic in our community continues, with the effort to eliminate this scourge continuing through a partnership between public and private entities. We’ve all heard the horror stories. Many know someone struggling with addiction.

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Organization Friends of Recovery

Recovery is about reclaiming a meaningful life and role in society. Jill speaks with two guests about the importance of finding that path to long-term freedom.

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Counties team up to battle opioid epidemic

In Columbia and Greene counties, they are working on a new plan to battle the opioid epidemic.

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Opioid crisis leads to new strategy

Columbia County officials will consider creating a new position to help marry what the Twin Counties offer to help people with substance abuse disorders at the next county Board of Supervisors meeting Wednesday as the opioid epidemic persists. Greene and

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