Building on the current infrastructure, the prevention, treatment and recovery services implemented through the current Georgia State Opioid Response (SOR), the new SOR grant project will expand the continuum of prevention, treatment and recovery treatment oriented services in high need areas of the state that have providers with capacity and expertise related to OUD. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) will continued to be implemented in other areas of Georgia not currently covered by the current SOR grant project. It is important to point out that Georgia does not plan to allocate funds specifically for stimulants as we are mainly focused on MAT since we don't have state infrastructure separately for the treatment of stimulants specific. However, people with stimulants issue will receive treatment base on assessments and primary diagnosis by provider. The prevention services will build on activities that have been implemented as part of the current SOR project and add new ones where possible.