The Ohio State Opioid Response (SOR) Program focuses on building a community system of care (prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery support) that emphasizes service integration between physical health, emergency health care, behavioral health care, criminal justice and child welfare.
Ohio will see $96 million in federal funding during 2020 to implement programs that focus on addressing the opiate epidemic.
The Ohio SOR Program is intended to:
These programs and services will build upon the work already established by Ohio's 21st Century CURES State Targeted Response initiative , the completed Ohio MAT PDOA project and the original State Opiate Response grant.
Funding Opportunities related to the award will be announced on this page and the OhioMHAS funding opportunities page.
Data on the State Opioid Response Grant’s projects is collected through the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) Client Outcome Measures for Discretionary Programs