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Capital BlueCross, Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association to announce initiative to provide municipal police with lifesaving drug

December 19, 2014

WHAT:

Capital BlueCross, joined by the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association, will announce an initiative to enable municipal police departments in Capital BlueCross’ 21-county service area to purchase and carry naloxone, a prescription drug that can help save the life of a person who has overdosed on prescription painkillers or heroin.

WHEN:

Monday, Dec. 22, 10-10:30 a.m.

WHERE:

Public Safety Building, 1900 Linglestown Rd., Harrisburg, PA 17110

WHO:

  • Gary D. St. Hilaire, President and CEO, Capital BlueCross
  • Gary Tennis, Secretary, Pennsylvania Dept. of Drug and Alcohol Programs
  • David Freed, Past President, Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association; and Cumberland County District Attorney

CONTACT:

  • Joseph Butera, Capital BlueCross, 717-319-2713
  • Lauren Cotter Brobson, 717-805-0271
Congratulations to PDAA Executive Director Greg Rowe, who was featured in @CityAndStatePA's 2022 Law Power list. https://t.co/a2mtAutgXS