MIAMI, Okla. – A local college receives funding to help combat opioid abuse.
NEO A&M College has received more than $69,000 through two different grants.
Over $54,000 was provided in one grant by the State of Oklahoma. It will allow the college to provide resources in treating opioid abuse through counseling, training, and drug disposal.
A second grant totaling more than $15,000 will specifically focus on opioid abuse within Native American communities. It was awarded through a collaboration with the Health Resource and Service Administration.