Dr. Allison Unthank, Clallam County health officer, said at a Sept. 24 opioid epidemic forum that as a member of the Tri-County Coordinated Opiate Response Project, they are seeking three goals: safer prescribing, increasing access to Naloxone, and increasing access to evidence-based treatment. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Dr. Allison Unthank, Clallam County health officer, said at a Sept. 24 opioid epidemic forum that as a member of the Tri-County Coordinated Opiate Response Project, they are seeking three goals: safer prescribing, increasing access to Naloxone, and increasing access to evidence-based treatment. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Clallam Health Officer talks addiction, MAT

Save Our Sequim leader contests data

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in News

2019 General Election: Unopposed Sequim City Council candidates talk MAT, marina

Independent Advisory Association looks for potential candidates to train

City anticipates plan for better east-west connections in 2020

Consultant says community, city goals can coexist

Summer chum returns strong at Jimmycomelately Creek

A multi-year project to help the summer chum salmon in Jimmycomelately Creek… Continue reading

Mental health evaluation sought for woman accused in Sequim stabbing

Larisa Jean Dietz’s arraignment rescheduled for Thursday

Creating connections for at-risk residents

Sequim Police officers and staff with the Olympic Peninsula Community Clinic look… Continue reading

Sequim School Board considering retaining interim superintendent Clark

The interim superintendent has “impressed” the Sequim school board

Clallam County jury sides with transit system in tripping lawsuit

Sequim woman had asked for nearly $1 million in damages

Election voter deadlines approaching

Area residents looking to cast a ballot in the November 2019 General… Continue reading

Most Read