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If you or a loved one are suffering from addiction, our QRT Team and Peer Recovery Support Specialist are available to respond with resources and options for recovery programs. QRT assists individuals who have experienced an overdose with recovery support, social service referrals, NARCAN, and links to treatment options through multi-disciplinary teams composed of a first responder, a peer recovery support specialist, a public health person and a member of the faith-based community.  As a family member, you have the right to receive FREE NARCAN from the Mingo County Health Department, Mingo County Crises Unit, Mingo County QRT, Mingo County Harm Reduction Program, and the Mingo County LEAD Program.  NARCAN is free just by asking.  Call 304-235-3570 to find out how you can get your FREE NARCAN today from the Mingo County Health Department.Learn More.

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