2018-04-10 / Front Page

Fredette stops by to hear about drug programs

Rep. Ken Fredette, R-Newport, a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor in the June 12 primary, stopped by Maine Behavioral Health in Biddeford on Monday to hear about their Outpatient Integrated Medical Assisted Treatment Program. Fredette is shown here chatting with Southern Maine Health Care Vice President Sue Hadiaris, who was among several people around the table. Read more on this story in Wednesday's Journal Tribune, where two people who were once addicted to opioids tell their stories. TAMMY WELLS/Journal Tribune

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