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May 12, 2021

‘Opioid treatment deserts’ abound, study finds

Distance to recovery services could keep many from getting care
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May 12, 2021

Ohio's plan to distribute an anti-OD drug triggers questions, claims of racial bias

Ohio is launching a targeted deployment of naloxone, sending 60,000 doses of the antidote for an opioid overdose to 23 counties.
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May 11, 2021

Cleveland Officials Distribute Narcan To Stem Record Overdoses

Doug Ullmann has seen firsthand that naloxone can save lives. He said a person overdosed at the addiction treatment house where he lived, and another person administered naloxone to save his life.
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May 10, 2021

Cuyahoga County to receive nearly 3,500 doses of naloxone to fight overdoses in statewide initiative

CLEVELAND — In an attempted to combat overdoses across Ohio, tens of thousands of naloxone doses are being rapidly deployed in areas of the state facing the highest morbidity and mortality rates from unintentional opioid overdoes—and Cuyahoga County will receive the most.
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May 5, 2021

Ohio sending 60,000 doses of naloxone to 23 counties struggling with opioid overdoses

Franklin, Fairfield, Licking and Ross are among the 23 counties receiving the extra supply of naloxone.
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May 5, 2021

New trauma center specializing in addiction offers holistic approach to recovery in northwest Ohio

Fuse Recovery treats clients suffering from mental health trauma, as well as all types of addiction from shopping to opioid addiction.
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May 4, 2021

Shift to opioid alternatives raises concerns

The use of opioids for pain management in workers compensation continues to decline, replaced by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, muscle relaxants and dermatological agents.
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May 4, 2021

COVID-19 brought easier access to methadone but Ohio's ending it. Expert is asking 'why?'

Go get your medication, bring it home and take it once daily. It’s what a lot of people in America do. But not with methadone for opioid use disorder. At least, not until the novel coronavirus pandemic emerged.
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