Indiana given $11M grant to fight opioid crisis

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WASHINGTON, D.C.–The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has announced that Indiana will be receiving some monetary assistance as it continues to combat the opioid crisis that is gripping the state. Senator Joe Donnelly’s office says that Indiana is receiving $11 million, out of a total $485 million, from a 21st Century Cures Act grant.

The Hoosier state will determine how to fund specific programs at a later date.

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