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Uncategorized  |  February 09, 2017

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Connecticut’s Governor Dannel Malloy just announced a number of proposals for combating the state’s opioid crisis that he has now sent to the Connecticut legislature for consideration during the 2017 legislative session.

Stating that every town and city in the State has been affected by opioid addiction, the Governor said the package of statutory reforms are intended to “reduce the potential for people to become addicted to opioid medications that could cause a life-threatening overdose.”

We believe each of the steps below deserves serious consideration:

If you or someone you know are battling addiction to drugs and/or alcohol in Connecticut or New Hampshire, the recovery teams at Aware Recovery Care are here to help.  Our unique model of care is producing rates of recovery that are more that 300% above the national average.  To learn more or to talk to one of our Recovery Specialists, visit www.awarerecoverycare.com.