Opioids: Federal Grants

Our response to Wisconsin's opioid epidemic is funded in part by two federal grants.  

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Overdose Data to Action (OD2A)

  • Amount: $15,585,000 
  • Term: Three years (September 2019-August 2022, $5,195,000 per year)
  • Focus: Obtaining high quality, more comprehensive, and timely data on overdose morbidity and mortality to inform prevention and response efforts. 
  • Locations/counties: Statewide

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

State Opioid Response (SOR)

While opioids remain the primary focus, this grant program now supports services for stimulants like cocaine and methamphetamine.

  • Amount: $33,442,002
  • Term: Two years (September 2020-September 2022, $16,721,001) 
  • Focus: Provide community-level resources for people in need of prevention, treatment, and recovery support services 
  • Locations/counties: Statewide

Reports on federal grant activities

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Last Revised: August 31, 2021