New York Governor: $50.7 Million Award to Enhance Addiction Services

New York Governor: $50.7 Million Award to Enhance Addiction Services

New York (STL.News) Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the award of up to $50.7 million to providers throughout New York State to expand access to addiction services.  The majority of this funding will go towards regional networks designed to support a continuum of care that includes prevention, treatment and recovery.  Further funding will go towards enhancing COTI services, recovery centers, prevention coalitions, and the Triple P prevention program within these network areas.  This funding is part of the State Opioid Response federally supported grant administered by the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports.

“While we continue to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing opioid epidemic, we are reinforcing our commitment to supporting New Yorkers struggling with addiction,” Governor Cuomo said.  “This award funds all regions of New York for a broad range of services, including mobile service delivery and telepractice expansion, strengthening our nation-leading continuum of addiction care across the State.  These resources are available where and when New Yorkers need them most.”

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, co-chair of the New York State Heroin and Opioid Task Force said, “During this extremely challenging time posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to make sure that lifesaving resources and services are available to any individual struggling with addiction in all parts of the state. 

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