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Substance abuse continues to be a public health crisis. With legislative changes and creation of MAT programming in Vermont, access to behavioral health services for substance abuse treatment has shifted community response and perceptions. As Little Rivers Health Care houses both a MAT program and is a naloxone distribution site, a community event was organized to help train community leaders on how to administer naloxone and provide an avenue to form community partnerships.
Little Rivers Health Care
naloxone, MAT, opioid
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Waller, Brianna F., "Combatting Opioid-Related Deaths in Rural Vermont Through Community Partnership" (2018). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 334.