Multi-Stakeholder Opioid & Substance Use Response Plan 2018

Georgia's Multi-Stakeholder Opioid and Substance Use Response Plan is a statewide prevention strategy developed by the Georgia Department of Public Health in partnership with the Office of the Georgia Attorney General, the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, the Georgia Department of Community Health, and stakeholders representing federal, state, and local agencies or organizations. This report covers the multi-pronged approach to reducing the impact of the opioid crisis in Georgia. Recommendations are separated by the workgroups that developed them. The workgroups are Prevention Education, Maternal Substance Use, Data and Surveillance, Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, Treatment and Recovery, and Control and Enforcement.