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Opioids at work: Ohio gets $8M to help stem epidemic's impact on employees, employers

Thursday, November 1, 2018

by Cincinnati Enquirer

Ohio's workforce is expected to get an $8 million infusion to combat chronic absenteeism, drug-positive tests, productivity issues and a general lack of employees that have followed the opioid epidemic into the workplace. 

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services announced Thursday that 16 counties, including Hamilton, Butler and Clermont, will share in the $8 million federal grant.