$11M Grant Aims to Help Address Workforce Issues Related to Opioid Epidemic

This week, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that the state will invest $11 million over the next two years to help employers and unemployed workers across the state overcome issues related to the opioid epidemic. Using resources from a U.S. Department of Labor grant, the state will support employers who hire individuals in recovery, and provide job training and other services to help unemployed workers recover from substance use disorder and find jobs. 6/6/2019