Northwest Wisconsin Rural Opioid Response Planning Project

Objective

The purpose of the Northwest Wisconsin Rural Opioid Response Planning Project (NWROR Planning Project) is to create a plan to strengthen and expand the capacity of rural communities in Northwestern Wisconsin to engage individuals at high-risk for substance use disorders (SUD) and their families, specifically opioid use disorder (OUD) and stimulant (methamphetamine) use disorder (S/MUD); and to increase access to prevention, treatment, and recovery services. The project will address OUD and S/MUD in the context of the region’s culture regarding alcohol use. The project will strengthen community connections to support a hub and spoke model involving integrated teams in primary care and consultation with specialty care to support individuals and families in northwest Wisconsin. 

Research Team: Pat Conway, Linda Parker, Sarah Olimb, Joseph Bianco, Kristine Matson, Chris Childs, Joseph Bianco.

Research Study Categories

  • Healthcare Delivery Studies

Specialty

  • Behavioral & Mental Health
Contact
Pat Conway at 218-786-2149
or pat.conway@eirh.org

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