JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – With all 67 of Pennsylvania’s counties signing on to a historic multi-state opioid settlement, Cambria County Drug and Alcohol Program Administrator Fred Oliveros said the money will mean a “significant” boost for the local battle against the drug epidemic.

But it’ll likely take time before local stakeholders can map out a plan to use it, he said.

“At this point, we’re not even sure of exactly how much we’re getting and when,” Oliveros said, “but we think we’re in a good position (to build on) what we already have in place here. This is a significant amount of money – and the good thing is that it looks like it will be spread out over an extensive amount of years.”

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