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Dick Anagnost, president of Anagnost Investments, from left, Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas, Project Manager Alexander Anagnost, AutoFair President and CEO Andy Crews and Cheryl Coletti of HOPE for New Hampshire Recovery broke down a wall for the groundbreaking ceremony for the Manchester Recovery Community Center in June at the Hoitt's Furniture Building in Manchester. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER FILE)
Toledo paramedics quickly revived Hill, a construction worker and heroin addict, with two injections of naloxone, a drug that abruptly and effectively counteracts deadly overdoses.
The faith-based subcommittee for BRING (Bringing Regional Initiatives in Greater Acadiana), the regional workforce development project sponsored by the Lafayette [Louisiana] Workforce Investment Board, is launching a pilot project in partnership with the American College of Addictionology and Compulsive Disorders (ACACD) and the state of Louisiana to provide specialized chiropractic care as a means of giving addicts a drug-free pathway to re-entry into normal life.