Gov. Justice announces Get Paid to Pay it Forward campaign, paying drivers to transport individuals to treatment

Good News Mountaineer Garage partnership also highlighted WATCH FULL EVENT | VIEW PHOTO ALBUM CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice announced today the Get Paid to Pay it Forward campaign, compensating drivers for transporting individuals to substance use treatment. This initiative, part of the Jobs & Hope West Virginia Program, addresses the transportation challenges faced by people seeking substance use…
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“Get Paid to Pay it Forward” Offers Incentives to Combat Transportation Barriers in Substance Use Treatment

The “Get Paid to Pay it Forward” campaign aims to tackle the issue of transportation barriers that people seeking treatment for substance use disorder face in West Virginia. This issue is particularly acute in rural areas with limited public transportation options, and it can lead to delays in treatment, which is a critical concern in a state with the highest overdose rate in the nation.   |   833-784-1385   |   304-583-4008