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Azar visited Brigid's Path, an inpatient care facility for newborns and mothers who are victims of the opioid crisis.
30): The final Queen of Hearts game drawing will be tonight at the Whistle Stop in Ansonia. RELATED: Charities real winners of Queen of Hearts game at the Whistle Stop A drawing will be held tonight and the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, center,talks to media representatives about the Trump Administration's opioid strategy while flanked by Cyndi Swafford, left, a foster parent from Dayton and Brigid's Path executive director Jill Kingston, right.
News Center 7’s James Buechele is in Ansonia today to capture the excitement building as a winner will finally be revealed tonight after months of the game being played. If there is still no winner then, there will be drawings Nov. EARLIER REPORT A winner in the Queen of Hearts game at the Whistle Stop will be decided before November ends. The jackpot has continued to grow and has remained over 0,000 for several weeks. That night, the remaining numbers will be drawn until a winner is found.
30, when organizers said there will be drawings until the queen is pulled. There are nine cards left in the game at the Whistle Stop.
16) There was no winner in tonight’s Queen of Hearts game, which had a record jackpot of more than $382,000.
TY GREENLEES / STAFFFighting the opioid epidemic is an urgent priority for the federal government, according to U. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, with billions of dollars being poured into expanding access to proven treatments and researching alternative pain medicines.
One day after the White House’s opioid summit, Azar visited the Miami Valley for a listening session with those fighting the drug epidemic locally.
During a round-table at Brigid’s Path, an inpatient care facility in Kettering for newborns suffering from prenatal drug exposure, Azar got to hear from Congressman Mike Turner, R-Dayton, Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Anthony Capizzi, children services representatives and local families and children who have been affected by opioid addiction.
READ MORE: Ohio’s first center for drug-addicted babies opens in Kettering “America needs to hear these stories,” Azar said.
“These voices help inform everything that we do at the federal level.” As HHS secretary, Azar oversees the FDA, the CDC, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the and the National Institutes of Health, all agencies that are working together to reduce overdose deaths and improve health outcomes for Americans, he said.
During the summit and Friday’s meeting in Kettering, he’s been struck by the ongoing nature of the struggle faced by those with substance abuse disorder, Azar said.
PHOTOS: Health and Human Services Secretary visits Dayton At the recent National Governors Association’s winter meeting, Azar touted medication-assisted treatment as crucial for stemming the opioid epidemic. “Individuals may end up being on medical assisted treatment long after they are in a residential program or an outpatient program,” Azar said.
“Indeed they might be on medical assisted treatment for the duration of their life.” Currently only about one-third of substance abuse treatment programs nationwide offer MAT, he said.