Rural Learning Community: Cross-Systems Partnerships to Address SUD in Rural Communities

This eight-part series will feature each COSSAP TTA provider and rural community partners/ COSSAP grantees to demonstrate how COSSAP TTA providers can support rural jurisdictions and the innovative work made possible by rural partnerships. The COSSAP TTA program offers a variety of learning opportunities and assistance to support BJA COSSAP grantees and other local, tribal, and state stakeholders to build and sustain multidisciplinary criminal justice responses to illicit substance use and misuse. Each Learning Community session will feature multiple rural jurisdictions to discuss their current projects and highlight lessons learned along the way, including how each community is addressing stigma within their work. The Learning Community will allocate time for open questions and discussion in order to foster learning and relationship building across rural jurisdictions. The Learning Community for Rural Jurisdictions is free and open to any rural community partners that are interested in addressing substance use.

This session features Grays Harbor County, Washington and Reno County, Kansas as they provide an overview of their cross-systems partnerships in addressing substance use disorders in their respective communities.


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