US President Trump signed into law to Support for Patients and Communities Act
Washington. President Donald Trump had signed into law the Support for Patients and Communities Act.
Which will opioid crisis a national Public Health Emergency which he had declared at 2017 October.
He signed into law the Support for Patients and Communities Act yesterday.
“This declaration was just one of many steps that my Administration has taken to address this crisis.” Trump said.
“Over two years, we have secured $6 billion in funding to help us combat this epidemic, including $930 million in grants awarded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA),” said Trump.
“Yesterday, I proudly signed into law the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act,” mentioned in press statement released by US Presidential office White House.
This comprehensive bill provides several key provisions to help strengthen our Nation’s efforts to combat the opioid crisis.
As well as it will assist Americans struggling with substance abuse disorders, which was stated in press statement.