Cincinnati, OH – September 26, 2018: Cordata Community, a leader in care coordination and patient engagement technology designed for addiction and other community health issues, is pleased to announce further expansion of the use of their Community software in responding to the opioid crisis in Greater Cincinnati. QRT teams in Adams County, OH will implement Cordata’s software to streamline their efforts to engage more overdose victims, guide them into treatment programs and follow up during the course of their recovery.

Adams County early responders, in conjunction with Reach for Tomorrow, a non-profit community mental health organization, are forming a QRT team to serve their county. Reach for Tomorrow is also involved in neighboring counties’ QRT programs and it is expected that this team will operate consistently with their field proven processes. Continuing this approach of building upon the work of other teams in the field further supports the goal of common approaches and data sets across Southwest Ohio.

“We are excited about the continued expansion of pre-arrest diversion teams in our home area,” said Cordata’s founder and CEO, Gary Winzenread. “We look forward to working again with Reach for Tomorrow and with the good people of Adams County.”

About Cordata Community
Cordata Community develops and delivers innovative and intuitive technology for outreach-driven care coordination and patient engagement to address critical community health issues and improve the health of underserved and uninsured populations. Our people-centric, cloud-based software platform and mobile app connect healthcare organizations, government agencies, community groups and resources, law enforcement and other stakeholders in public and community health. Our tools are designed to address addiction and behavioral health, hepatitis C, HIV and AIDS, foster care and child services and other challenging areas. Learn more at