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Opioid and Substance Use Resources

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In 2018, the St. Lawrence County Public Health Department received funding to help combat the opioid epidemic our community is facing. The funding is being used to increase the number of providers in our area who provide treatment, help reduce the stigma associated with substance use, and provide education and support to health care providers, community partners, and residents. 

Below you will find information on a county-wide opioid task force known as Partners 4 Substance Use Prevention, Narcan and Narcan Training, the most current version of the St. Lawrence County Mental Health & Substance Use Resource Guidesafe medication disposal sites, and more. Click on the links for detailed information! 


Resource Guide Proof

The most Current & Updated Version of the Resource Guide

Partners 4 Substance Use Prevention Coalition Meeting Recordings: 

Friday July 10th, 2020 

Friday, August 21st, 2020

Friday, September 25th, 2020 Part 1 ; Part 2 ; Part 3 ; Part 4 


Opioids in St. Lawrence County

The Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization (FDRHPO) conducted a thorough investigation of our community to gain insight on opioid use in St. Lawrence County. Between December 2018 and June 2019, FDRHPO conducted interviews with local "key informants", held forums and focus groups in community locations, and gathered and analyzed other important data. All of which can be found in this report FDRHPO put together: Opioids in St. Lawrence County Report.


Online Opioid Toolkit and Resource Center Dashboard 

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Safe Medication Disposal Sites

Return excess or expired medications to reduce the possibility of misuse. For a complete listing of all St. Lawrence County safe medication disposal sites.


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