Cincinnati, OH – August 8, 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. Talbert House, a community-wide nonprofit network of services focusing on prevention, assessment, treatment, and reintegration, will install the Cordata software to streamline their efforts in the field.

Talbert House has had pre-arrest diversion and outreach programs in the field in Cincinnati for many years and, by installing Cordata to assist in coordination and measurement of these activities, they are joining a region of users now operating with a common process and approach. As an addiction and behavioral health provider, they will bring a different and needed input to the continued growth of pre-arrest diversion and community outreach in Cincinnati.

“Having a provider of Talbert House’s reach and reputation is a great addition to our efforts to continually improve pre-arrest diversion and community outreach in this opioid epidemic,” said Cordata’s founder and CEO, Gary Winzenread. “We are excited to work closely with the insightful and committed resources at Talbert House to continue to make a difference in our home city.”

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