August 10, 2016 Human Services, Press Release, Public Health, Substance Use Disorder Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf and Department of Human Services Secretary Ted Dallas visited Resources for Human Development’s Montgomery County Recovery Center, a Center of Excellence in Norristown, to discuss the significant strides made in the 2016-17 budget to combat the opioid abuse and heroin use epidemic in Pennsylvania. The Wolf Administration successfully secured the necessary funding for DHS to open 20 Centers of Excellence (COEs) statewide by October 1, 2016.“I am thrilled that by working with Republicans and Democrats, we have achieved this level of funding for our fight against this public health crisis,” said Governor Wolf. “Now that this year’s budget is complete, it is imperative that we all continue working together to focus on Pennsylvania’s opioid abuse and heroin use epidemic. While the budget allows us to expand treatment for individuals suffering from addiction, we can and should do more to address this matter that is plaguing all of our communities. My administration will keep its focus on this issue and I will continue preparing for the upcoming special session.”“We are honored to join a community of providers fighting the national opioid epidemic,” said Linda Donovan-Magdamo, Executive Vice President of RHD’s Pennsylvania Behavioral Health & Housing Division. “RHD’s Montgomery County Recovery Center is committed to participating actively in the learning network collaborative that arises out of this initiative. RHD has long been at the forefront of innovative, person-centered programs for people in addiction recovery and we’re thrilled to see MCMC recognized for its excellence of service and dedication to the people of Pennsylvania.”“This is a wonderful opportunity implement a holistic approach to service, and enhance MCRC’s commitment to care for the whole person,” Montgomery County Recovery Center director Marie McCartney said. “This award from DHS will double the capacity of our program, expanding the essential services we offer to people in our community who are in dire need of support.”The current path of treatment for people who have opioid-related substance use disorders can be confusing and difficult to navigate. The links between behavioral health treatment and physical health treatment are often broken or not made at all. This means people may drop out of treatment after they receive care for their physical symptoms, bypassing critical components of care such as behavioral therapies and connection to community supports that can lead to meaningful recovery from substance use disorder.The Centers of Excellence are a central, efficient hub around which treatment revolves. These centers will have navigators to assist people with opioid-related substance use disorders though the medical system, and ensure they receive behavioral and physical health care, as well as any evidence-based medication-assisted treatment needed.The use of medication (like buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone), coupled with wrap-around supportive services, can prevent people from relapsing and improve their chances for recovery, ultimately driving the aforementioned statistics in the opposite direction.The Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs will license the COEs as drug and alcohol providers that provide one of the three FDA-approved medications.DHS is currently working with its actuaries to determine whether additional COEs can be funded by analyzing the impact they will have on the physical and behavioral health Medicaid managed care rates.For more information about the Centers of Excellence, visit www.dhs.pa.govLike Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf In Norristown, Governor Wolf Touts Strides Made in 2016-17 Budget to Combat Opioid Epidemic SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
“Swim in the inviting waters off the coast of your island and dive to discover and scoop up sea creatures that inhabit your island’s ecosystem,” a statement reads. “Keep your eyes peeled for any prospective additions to the museum, and make sure to listen for fun facts from Blathers when you donate your new discoveries.”To get sea creatures, you need to press Y to dive down. You should see a dark shadow in the water. Just swim over to them, and your character will pick it up. Different sea creatures will show up depending on certain circumstances, such as time and season.If you’re able to find a Scallop then Pascal the red otter will appear, and offer to trade you the Scallop for a mermaid DIY recipe. Animal Crossing: New Horizons came out with a Summer Update, and perhaps the most exciting part of this is the ability to swim.”Put on your wet suit to dive & swim in the ocean,” the game tweeted last month. (Release-Fire / YouTube) Animal Crossing wetsuit https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/6/77/animal-crossing-wetsuit_1u2spywk8nrmr1f4bwen8x4t82.png?t=350180915&w=500&quality=80How to swim in Animal CrossingWhen you get your wetsuit, you’ll need to equip it on your body. Then, head over to the ocean and press A to dive in. Once you’re in the ocean, continue to press A to swim around.To leave the water, just swim back to the shore and your character will get out. Remember to equip your regular clothes, unless you like the wetsuit look.How to find sea creatures while swimming in Animal CrossingOne of the best parts about being able to swim in Animal Crossing is that you’re now able to find sea creatures in the ocean. Now that the update is finally here, you might be trying to figure out exactly how to swim. No worries, as we have you covered below. First, though, you’re going to want to download the new update. Look to the top right of the title screen to make sure you have Ver. 1.3.0.How to get a wetsuit in Animal CrossingBefore you can swim, you’re going to need to buy a wetsuit. You can do this by going to Nook’s Cranny and buy one by spending 3,000 Bells. You can find one at the glass case, by the tools. It’s our understanding that the design of the wetsuit will change in the shop each day, so if you don’t like the one provided you can wait and buy a different one.
7th Race: The Wheels Handicap. Dist 2000 Mts.7th Race: The Wheels Handicap. Dist 2000 Mts. Desert Fox (Dr M A Ramaswamy Chettiar of Chettinad Charitable Trust) 57.5 Mfali Khan First. Mizuno 56.5 S John Second. Athletico 60 C Alford Third. Top Line 59 A M Tograllu Fourth. All Ran: Won by: SHD, 1-1/2 and 4-1/2. Time: 2 Min 11.143 Sec. Tote: Rs 60/- for win, Rs 28/- and Rs 10/- for places. FC: Rs 100/- Shp: Rs 39/- Tanala: Rs 236/- Favourite: Mizuno. Winner trained by: B Singh. —- Add race last ————- Jackpot: Rs 68188/- Con: Rs 6598/- —– Table: (1) Rs 1670/- Table: (2) Rs 2075/- — PTI COR PS BS