What’s Critical to Rural, Regional and Urban Opioid Interventions?

An ICMA 2018 session on opioid interventions shared rural, urban and regional diversion program information and offered key takeaways about the role of data.

BALTIMORE – A summary of today’s session on opioid interventions at the 2018 International City/County Management Association (ICMA) conference featured Kimberly Nelson from the University of North Carolina School of Government, Tom Carr, executive director management coordination of the Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) and Marie Peoples, director of the public health services office in Coconino County, Arizona.

The speakers presented rural, urban and regional approaches to addressing the crisis, discussed diversion programs and shared critical data takeaways.