A New Podcast Has Been Released, Rural Roads – The RCORPodcast

 Get an inside look at the Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) in this series of interviews with federal project officers (our own Kim Nesbitt in episode 2), grantees, and experts from the organization that provides technical assistance to community-based organizations in rural areas across the country.

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Learn About Rural Communities Opioid Response Program Grantees Here!

  Information about the most recent Rural Communities Opioid Response Program grantee cohorts is now available on the Rural Health Information Hub at the following links: RCORP – Behavioral Healthcare Support Grantee Directory: 2022 Cohort RCORP – Implementation IV Grantee Directory: 2022 Cohort RCORP – Medication Assisted Treatment Access Grantee Directory: 2022 Cohort RCORP – […]
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