Lessons learned from implementing Project Lazarus in North Carolina.

From the outset, the underlying premise of Project Lazarus was that each community should ultimately be responsible for its own health. With a minimal amount of training and outside support, individual communities could develop sustainable infrastructure and select interventions that resonate with and are appropriate for those who are most affected by the use, misuse, and abuse of prescription pain medication. In the end, the findings around the Project Lazarus model has developed key lessons and more  understanding into prevention and opioid overdose. Read More about Lessons Learned through Project Lazarus here.

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