Addiction Weekly News June 3rd Week

1.Holyoke Police Community Center focuses on mental health, addiction intervention efforts

Acting Mayor Terence Murphy praised the efforts of the Holyoke Police Community Center, a unit that teams with mental health and addiction specialists on intervention strategies.(masslive.com)

2.Grants coming to deal with addiction and mental health

Multiple grants will bring almost $1.5 million to Daviess County to help improve mental health and addiction services.(washtimesherald.com)

3.State public health officials award $8.2 million for addiction treatment housing

Program will assist adults, families, and youths in treatment and recovery by providing stable housing services to achieve self-sufficiency.(mass.gov)

4.BLUNT, STABENOW ANNOUNCE NEW BILL TO EXPAND COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SERVICES NATIONWIDE

Legislation Builds on Historic 2014 Excellence in Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Act, Which is Transforming the Way We Fund Community Behavioral Health Services.(blunt.senate.gov)

5.Impact on mental health, addiction recovery as things go back to normal

As more Americans get vaccinated and life returns to some degree of normalcy, experts weighed in on the impact the pandemic has had on mental health and addiction.(abc57.com)

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