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Cuomo awards $4 million+ to expand substance abuse treatment in state

Cuomo awards $4 million+ to expand substance abuse treatment in state

February 13, 2018 03:25 PM

Governor Cuomo's office has awarded more than $4 million to expand access to substance abuse treatment services across New York.

The money will be used to develop 10, 24/7 open access centers to deliver assessment and referral service options to New Yorkers seeking treatment for substance abuse.

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In the Capital Region, the Albany County Department of Mental Health will receive $248,000. The governor says this money will help fight the opioid epidemic.

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