Centerstone of Florida CEO Melissa Larkin-Skinner addressed the Florida Senate Appropriations Committee Thursday asking for funding for the opioid epidemic.
Centerstone of Florida CEO Melissa Larkin-Skinner addressed the Florida Senate Appropriations Committee Thursday asking for funding for the opioid epidemic. Screengrab from Florida Senate meeting livestream
Centerstone of Florida CEO Melissa Larkin-Skinner addressed the Florida Senate Appropriations Committee Thursday asking for funding for the opioid epidemic. Screengrab from Florida Senate meeting livestream

Centerstone CEO addresses Senate committee on funding for opioid crisis

October 12, 2017 4:02 PM

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