BEDFORD — A discussion regarding the county’s needle exchange program during Tuesday’s board of commissioners meeting at the courthouse included presentations from physicians, healthcare professionals, attorneys and a judge.However, perhaps the most riveting and emotional testimony was delivered by the mother of a drug user infected with the hepatitis C virus.Terri Jo Box, a local journalist, stood when Commissioner Gene McCracken invited those in the gallery to speak on the controversial...
BEDFORD — The Lawrence County Board of Commissioners Tuesday morning opted to discontinue its contract with the Bloomington-based Indiana Recovery Alliance to operate a needle exchange program in the county.IRA Director Chris Abert told the current commissioners that the IRA does not condone drug use, but the outbreaks of hepatitis C and HIV are realities. He predicted the crisis will get worse before it gets better.“We’re talking about individuals between 15 and 24,” he said.
BEDFORD — The Lawrence County Board of Commissioners Tuesday morning opted to discontinue its contract with Indiana Recovery Alliance to operate a needle exchange program in the county.The board heard testimony of support from IRA Director Chris Abert, needle exchange advocate Jared Stancombe, and four members of the county health board. Also, letters from two Bedford hospitals and Bedford Mayor Shawna Girgis were read into the record.
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