Si Se Puede II

Built on success of the Si Se Puede program, Amistades was awarded second Rural Community Opioid Response Implementation grant to increase prevention, treatment, and recovery services in Pinal County. Si Se Puede II aims to expand best practices, culturally responsive opioid use prevention education, intensify treatment outreach efforts, co-locate probation/parole services with treatment services, facilitate community-based Naloxone distribution, and improve delivery of telehealth counseling. The partners currently represent a broad cross-section of the Coolidge community and includes Amistades, Inc., Pinal Hispanic Council, Coolidge Youth Coalition, and Coolidge Police Department and Coolidge High School.

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