Get a quick glimpse of results from a study examining Quick Response Teams and Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion in Hamilton County, Ohio.

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From 2019 to 2020, while the state of Ohio had an almost 25% increase in overdose deaths,

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Get a quick glimpse of results from a study examining Quick Response Teams and Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion in Hamilton County, Ohio.

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Cordata Supports Federal Grant Projects

• BJA COSSAP • SAMSHA MAT-PDOA • SAMSHA SOR/SOR 2.0 • CDC OD2A

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• BJA COSSAP 
• SAMSHA MAT-PDOA 
• SAMSHA SOR/SOR 2.0 
• CDC OD2A

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Hamilton County saw an 11% decrease.

This decrease is attributable to the work of two community programs in Hamilton County — Quick Response Team (QRT) and Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD).

Since their inception, both programs have been closely evaluated, and the results from the past 7 years were recently published in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice.

Download the infographic for an overview of those results.

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arrow showing 11% decrease

Hamilton County saw an 11% decrease.

arrow showing 25% increase

From 2019 to 2020, while the state of Ohio had an almost 25% increase in overdose deaths,

Ohio map

This decrease is attributable to the work of two community programs in Hamilton County — Quick Response Team (QRT) and Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD).

Since their inception, both programs have been closely evaluated, and the results from the past 7 years were recently published in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice.

Download the infographic for an overview of those results.