Regional Opioid Initiatives
The Lenawee Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition works to reduce substance use and abuse among youth in Lenawee County through collaborative planning, program development, community development, and public education.
Wake Up Livingston is using the Project Lazarus model to bring together community members, law enforcement, public health, hospitals, community mental health, treatment facilities, and other providers to address the opioid epidemic in Livingston County.
The Livingston County Community Alliance (LCCA) is a county-wide, anti-drug coalition that aims to unite the Livingston County community to reduce and prevent youth substance and live a drug-free lifestyle.
The Monroe County Substance Use Coalition was formed in 2006 with the focus to prevent and reduce substance abuse, including prescription drug abuse and misuse, among young people in Monroe County
The Washtenaw Health Initiative (WHI) Opioid Project is composed of community members, law enforcement, public health, hospitals, community mental health, treatment facilities, and other providers to address the opioid epidemic in Washtenaw County. The WHI Opioid Project uses experience, data, and compassion to strive to prevent drug overdoses and meet the needs of those living with chronic pain.