Oregon State Opioid Response Grant
Oregon focused it's 2020 SOR grant to serve rural and frontier regions of the state that have high prevalence of Opioid and stimulant use and hospitalization. In addition, focus is also on certain frontier and urban regions where overdose is high yet diagnosis is low due to lack of access to treatment. The population of focus would be rural communities and other underserved communities such as people of color, those with low English proficiency, pregnant women and women with children who have SUD. Prevention strategies are geared towards adolescents in school, treatment strategies are geared towards individuals in need for Medication Assisted Treatment,and recovery strategies are geared towards long term recovery. Oregon aims to serve at least 2000 individuals over the course of two years with the SOR grant.