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Regional Opioid Settlement Funding

Regional Opioid Council Members and Meeting Information

The Memorandum of Understanding required each region to create a “Regional Council” to help distribute these funds toward appropriate uses, including drug treatment; recovery; prevention and education; and appropriate harm reduction programs. Per the requirements of the Colorado MOU, this council will develop a two-year plan that identifies how the Opioid Funds will be used.

The Douglas County Regional Opioid Council is composed of the following voting members:

Any questions about the Douglas County Regional Opioid Abatement Council or its process may be sent to [email protected]

Meeting Agendas and Minutes are available by clicking here.