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Harcutus, ODOT and OSU Extension updates

HARRISON COUNTY – A grant submitted by HARCATUS Tri-County CAO for the COVID-19 Appalachian Ohio Emergency Response Fund at the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio (FAO) was approved in the amount of $5,000.00 to support the HARCATUS Harrison County emergency food pantry operations and local partnerships. This grant will allow HARCATUS to purchase food through the Mid-Ohio Food Pantry and local merchants, where practical, for Harrison County residents who are experiencing hardships as a result of the novel coronavirus.
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Bradley Prevention Coalition Distributing Medication Lockboxes, Drug Deactivation Pouches To The Public At No Cost

The Bradley Prevention Coalition is now distributing medication lockboxes and drug deactivation pouches to the public at no cost. To order and schedule a pickup, contact the Bradley Prevention Coalition at 423-813-9898 or email bradleypreventioncoalition@gmail.com. The address for pickup is 1620 Johnson Blvd. SE, 37311. This initiative is in conjunction with the State of Tennessee, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services and the Hamilton County Coalition. “This partnership has one goal in mind and it’s to make medication safety and easily accessible to as many people as possible,” Camilla Bibbs-Lee, executive director of the Hamilton County Coalition said.
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State agencies team up to share Health and Wellness Kits

CONCORD — The New Hampshire Department of Education, New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, and the New Hampshire National Guard are teaming up to distribute 25,000 Health and Wellness Kits to families across New Hampshire. The project is also supported by N.H. Hospital, the N.H. Hospital Association and the N.H. School Nurses Association. “While we are all working hard to protect the physical health of our children, social and emotional well-being remains of the utmost importance,” said Gov. Chris Sununu. “We are proud that these efforts are able to reach many.” “We are all working to help families
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