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U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, who served three years as Indiana’s state health commissioner, says better partnerships are key to putting a dent in the opioid crisis statewide and throughout the country. In an interview with Inside INdiana Business, Adams said the combination of more federal dollars and a focus at all levels of government on “better health through better partnerships” is a good start toward getting a handle on the issue. The omnibus spending bill introduced in Congress this week includes nearly $4 billion for resources to fight opioid abuse, which has been declared a national emergency by President Donald Trump, and is a stated priority for Governor Eric Holcomb.
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At a recent Opioid Addiction Symposium in Boone County, several leaders addressed the addiction epidemic from its roots to current ideas on finding solutions. Author Sam Quinones, who’s book DREAMLAND tells the story of the beginning of the opioid crises, agreed that a faith based element is critical.