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Allocation of 2.6 million for New York City addiction treatment programs

After seeing his relative overcome addiction, Fasano realized it was what he wanted to devote his post-football life to.
So thanks to the financial wherewithal that comes with a long-time NFL career, Fasano launched Next Chapter, an addiction and trauma treatment center in Delray Beach, in December 2015.
Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano, speaking at Next Chapter’s offices in Delray Beach, says learning about addiction has changed his outlook on the problem: “It helps grab you a little bit.
092511 (Allen Eyestone/The Palm Beach Post) CLEVELAND, OH… Miami Dolphins at Cleveland Browns..Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano (80) catches a pass for a first down in the first quarter.
(Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)He met Antine, who was based in Delray Beach, and Next Chapter was formed.
Anthony Fasano

As it stated in ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – New York is expanding its non-traditional addiction treatment support services throughout the state.
Andrew Cuomo announced Friday that $2.65 million will go toward establishing community coalitions and peer engagement programs in each of the state’s 10 economic development regions.
The initiative ensures there are at least two peer engagement specialists available in each region.
The primary goal is to help individuals and families in crisis navigate the treatment system.
These specialists will be either in recovery from a substance use disorder, have a loved one in recovery, or have lost a loved one to addiction.

Dolphins TE Anthony Fasano runs Delray addiction treatment center

as mentioned in After seeing his relative overcome addiction, Fasano realized it was what he wanted to devote his post-football life to.
So thanks to the financial wherewithal that comes with a long-time NFL career, Fasano launched Next Chapter, an addiction and trauma treatment center in Delray Beach, in December 2015.
Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano, speaking at Next Chapter’s offices in Delray Beach, says learning about addiction has changed his outlook on the problem: “It helps grab you a little bit.
092511 (Allen Eyestone/The Palm Beach Post) CLEVELAND, OH… Miami Dolphins at Cleveland Browns..Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano (80) catches a pass for a first down in the first quarter.
(Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)He met Antine, who was based in Delray Beach, and Next Chapter was formed.
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