The state has allocated an additional $5 million in federal funding for a loan repayment program for health care practitioners who treat substance-use and opioid-use disorders. The increased funding, announced Dec. 20, is available to health care practitioners who work in areas with high opioid-use and a shortage of health-care options.
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