Ohio’s workforce is expected to get an $8 million infusion to combat chronic absenteeism, drug-positive tests, productivity issues and a general lack of employees that have followed the opioid epidemic into the workplace.
The money will go to an array of innovations and services, including:
- Employers who hire people in recovery.
- Addiction services apprenticeships at community colleges.
- Job training and recovery support to help the unemployed get back to work.
Read more in the Cincinnati Enquirer.