ONE Health Ohio gets $2.3M

YOUNGSTOWN — ONE Health Ohio received $2,273,337 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help pay for services it provides to lower-income people.

The funding can be used for professional development and training, opioid prevention and the use of telehealth and other health information technologies.

ONE Health has health-care centers in Youngstown, Warren, Newton Falls, Cortland and Alliance.


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