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Opioid Use/Misuse

Under the leadership of Dr. Thomas Gilson, the Cuyahoga County Overdose Fatality Review (CCOFR) is co-coordinated between the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. Twelve different agencies comprise the CCOFR, including law enforcement, local hospitals, mental health agencies and public health. The goal is to use in-depth, data-driven case reviews of system touch points to facilitate the implementation of public health intervention and policy recommendations in order to reduce future fatalities.


Overdose Data to Action (OD2A) supports jurisdictions in collecting high quality, comprehensive, and timely data on nonfatal and fatal overdoses and in using those data to inform prevention and response efforts..











This toolkit is a collaboration between the Center for Health Affairs, the Cuyahoga County Board of Health and MetroHealth Medical Center Office of Opioid Safety. This effort to address the opioid epidemic is funded through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Overdose Data 2 Action grant.


Created for the community affected by the opioid crisis, is a free website that allows drug treatment providers to list the number of open treatment slots daily. The site is fully searchable, and quickly and efficiently matches substance users with the best available treatment services.


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