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Thunder Bay Community Health Service’s Dan Oliver Recognized as Hometown Health Hero for Addiction Services

Dan Oliver, Recovery and Addiction Services coordinator at Thunder Bay Community Health Service, has been recognized as an honorable mention for the Hometown Health Hero award. This recognition highlights the organization’s dedication to addressing the needs of individuals struggling with substance use disorders.

Thunder Bay Community Health Service is committed to being a community partner for well-being and Dr. Richard Bates, CEO of the organization, emphasized the importance of availability of recovery and addiction services and education in communities. Bates praised Oliver for his leadership in responding to needs and collaborating with other agencies to increase access and reduce stigma surrounding substance use disorders.

The Hometown Health Hero award, now in its 20th year, is given to individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to improving community health. Awardees are selected based on nominations received.

Oliver was nominated for his efforts in advancing access to recovery and addiction services in northern Michigan communities. The partnership between Thunder Bay Community Health Service and other agencies has been instrumental in improving access to recovery and addiction services in the region.

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