The Adams County Opioid Council presented their funding recommendations to the Adams County Board of Commissioners

Earlier this month, the Adams County Opioid Council made decisions on how to award $2.9 million through the Adams County Opioid Abatement Grant.

Adams County Government is the fiscal agent over these funds, therefore the Council presented their decisions to the Adams County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) last Tuesday, April 4th.

The BOCC will give an official green light at a future public hearing date. In the meantime, work is underway to develop and confirm the details of the contracts between the County and the grantees.

This includes how each grantees efforts’ intend to impact larger outcomes related to the opioid epidemic, the metrics they will track in real time, and how frequently they will report data to the RMP Backbone Team so that it can be visualized and tracked through RMP’s Opioid Data Hub.

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