Health Recovery Services Awarded $600,000 Grant to Advance Care for Opiate-Dependent Mothers, Newborns

ATHENS – The State of Ohio has awarded Health Recovery Services (HRS) $600,000 in grant funding to reduce lengthy hospital stays and promote improved health outcomes for mothers who are dependent on heroin, or other opiates, and their newborn babies. The award, part of the Maternal Opiate Medical Support (M.O.M.S.) initiative championed by the Kasich Administration, will bolster local efforts to mitigate the effects of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS).

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