By Lauren Renteria | Herald Review
BISBEE — In an effort to address the opioid crisis, Copper Queen Community Hospital plans to fund a year-long youth opioid prevention program for children in local schools.
Jessica Ogiba, marketing and public relations manager for the hospital, said Copper Queen received a $26,000 grant from Tucson Medical Center (TMC) Foundation to help fund the program.
“It’s more than just a drug alternative program, it’s a well-rounded program,” she said. “It also talks about peer pressure and how to handle emotions. It goes a lot deeper than just drugs and smoking and stuff like that.”
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