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The federal government has awarded $5.6 million to better train rural emergency medical workers, including in the use of naloxone or Narcan in case of opioid overdose emergency situations.

Amid two intersecting crises in America – an opioid epidemic and mistreatment of emergency mental health calls – the federal government has awarded $5.6 million to better train rural emergency medical workers to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness. Read more»