Florida's State Opioid Response Project will implement a comprehensive approach to address opioid use disorders, stimulant use disorder, as well as opioid and stimulant misuse. An estimated 15,000 individuals will be served in each of the two grant years (for a total of 30,000 over the project period) through treatment and recovery services. A major objective of the project is to increase access to the most effective treatments for opioid and stimulant use disorders, including increased admissions to buprenorphine and methadone maintenance treatment and implementation of contingency management models. The population of focus for this project are uninsured and underinsured individuals who misuse opioids or stimulants, and individuals diagnosed with an opioid or stimulant use disorder. This includes individuals with co-occurring mental health conditions. The SOR-funded service array is comprehensive and covers the entire spectrum of care across prevention, treatment, and recovery support domains. The use of telehealth will be expanded to rural and underserved areas. The project will expand the distribution of naloxone (80,000 kits each year) and overdose recognition and response training through the Department's Overdose Prevention Program. To prevent opioid and stimulant misuse, there will be expanded implementation of evidence-based prevention programs with a target to reach 20,000 youth annually. Access to recovery housing will be expanded with a goal to establish 60 additional Oxford Houses. Training will be provided on Integrated Harm Reduction Psychotherapy, contingency management, and the community reinforcement approach. Additionally. SOR funds will be used to implement Recovery Community Organizations with training and technical assistance by Faces and Voices for Recovery. The project will also deploy Recovery Quality Improvement Specialists to conduct quality assurance reviews around recovery-oriented practices and Behavioral Health Consultants to support child welfare professionals in identifying substance use disorders and providing referrals for services.