Three Michigan counties picked for national opioid abatement effort
Three counties in Michigan have been chosen to participate in the NACo Opioid Solutions Leadership Network, a cohort of 30 county leaders from around the country focused on opioid abatement strategies for settlement funding. The three counties participating are Genesee (Marlene Collick, director of community corrections, Jackson (Debra Kubitskey, assistant administrator) and Gladwin (Karen Moore, commissioner).
The network will work over one year to participate in peer-to-peer learning and receive support from both NACo and Vital Strategies, a global public health organization working with U.S. county governments in response to the opioid crisis. This network will increase coordination and allow for scaling of strategies utilized in other areas of the country across the continuum of care (prevention, harm reduction, treatment and recovery).
For more information on this issue, visit the Opioid Solutions Leadership Network (naco.org).
For more information on MAC’s resources on opioid solutions, visit our Opioid Settlement Resource Center or contact Amy Dolinky at firstname.lastname@example.org.