CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield awards approximately $ 2.1 million to eleven healthcare organizations that oppose drug addiction and opioid abuse in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, DC for $ 2.1 million to eleven community health organizations operating in Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington, DC to combat drug addiction and abuse of opioids
The region's largest health insurer submitted a call for proposals in April to look for programs that expand access to treatment services and care facility coordination. Baltimore CareFirst said Wednesday's eleven programs would receive between $ 100,000 and $ 400,000 in funding.
Funding efforts are part of CareFirst's response to the ongoing public health crisis linked to drug addiction and overdose, particularly in the context of opioids. Overdoses are currently the leading cause of death in the country ̵
CareFirst said its contribution to nonprofit organizations was …
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