New Google Maps tools aim to help combat opioid addiction

Tech 12-9-2019 Mashable 15
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Google Maps' newest feature might just save your life. 

In recognition of National Recovery Month, the tech giant Google has released two new map-related tools aimed at both aiding those in recovery from drug addition and helping to make the life-saving drug Naloxone more accessible. Essentially, it looks like Google is doing something good. 

The centerpiece of the company's effort is a new website, Recover Together, which seeks to centralize resources for those looking to overcome addiction. Part of that site includes two specific Google Maps features: the so-called Recovery Locator Tool and the Naloxone Locator Tool. Read more...

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