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Website: https://health.mo.gov/safety/ems/more/index.php
Principal Investigator: Ward, Claire
October 1, 2017 - Present
Funder: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Official Title: Missouri Overdose Rescue and Education (MORE) Project

The primary goal of the Missouri Overdose Rescue and Education (MORE) project is to reduce opioid-involved deaths in Missouri through training, education, and distribution of naloxone to first responders in rural regions of the state. The State of Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) will lead the project partnering with Missouri Heroin Overdose Prevention and Education (MO-HOPE) project, Missouri Institute of Mental Health (MIMH), and the State of Missouri Department of Mental Health (DMH).

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