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Nashville Police Department’s HOPE Initiative celebrates 1 year of helping addicts

Last year, Joey Pittman beat a deadly and expensive drug habit with help from an unlikely source: the chief of his local police department. This month, the Nashville Police Department celebrates the first anniversary of its HOPE Initiative, a program that allows people to seek help from the police department for their opioid prescription drug and heroin addictions without fear of going to jail.

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