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The Living Room: New diversion program for adults in crisis

The Living Room: New diversion program for adults in crisis

By Kim Brothers Centerstone Kentucky (previously Seven Counties Services) has opened The Living Room, intended to be a safe, calming space for adults in crisis. Through the support of The Louisville Metro Council, in partnership with Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD), Louisville Metro Department of Corrections and The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and

2 Gen Approach to Kentucky’s Opioid Epidemic Needed

By Ashley Spalding February 22, 2018 Click here to view a pdf of the brief. As one of the states hardest hit by the national opioid epidemic, Kentucky struggles with high rates of addiction, incarceration, overdose deaths and Hepatitis C, as well as neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) and a growing number of children entering foster

Buckley King expands into Kentucky with healthcare practice

The law firm of Buckley King is expanding into Louisville, Kentucky and has hired Bill Mabry to lead the initiative.  This addition expands both the Firm’s footprint as well as its offerings to clients, particularly in the area of healthcare. Mabry, formerly a partner with Frost Brown Todd, has dedicated his career to healthcare law,

Kentucky Health Official Invited to Share Innovative Strategies Addressing Opioid Epidemic at National Conference of State Legislatures

Dr. Jeffrey Howard, Acting Commissioner at the Department for Public Health (DPH), within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS), will represent the state during a national Opioid Policy session this weekend. Organized by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), The Opioid Policy Fellows roundtable will discuss opioid addiction and overdose issues. The