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Section 340.30 | County hub program to combat opioid addiction.

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(A) There is hereby created the county hub program to combat opioid addiction. The purposes of the program are as follows:

(1) To strengthen county and community efforts to prevent and treat opioid addiction;

(2) To educate youth and adults about the dangers of opioid addiction and the negative effects it has on society;

(3) To promote family building and workforce development as ways of combatting opioid addiction in communities;

(4) To encourage community engagement in efforts to address the purposes specified in divisions (A)(1) to (3) of this section.

(B) The program shall be administered by each board of alcohol, drug addiction, and mental health services. If the service district a board represents consists of more than one county, the board shall administer the program in each county.

(C) Not later than January 1, 2020, each board shall submit a report to the department of mental health and addiction services summarizing the board's work on, and progress toward, addressing each of the program's purposes. The department shall aggregate the reports received from the boards and submit a statewide report to the governor and general assembly. The copy submitted to the general assembly shall be submitted in accordance with section 101.68 of the Revised Code.

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