Harm Reduction Funds

Oregon’s share of the national opioid settlement funds is intended to provide better tracking of substance use disorder and support harm-reduction programs following accelerating fentanyl-driven overdoses.

Two key resources in Oregon for preventing and treating substance use disorder and overdose will receive a total of $17 million over the next two years.

The funding has been approved by the Opioid Settlement Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Board Board (OSPTR).


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