BJA Launches Opioid Resource Center
America’s opioid crisis continues to place a heavy burden on justice systems throughout the country, including treatment courts. To help communities, the U.S. Department of Justice, through the Bureau of Justice Assistance, launched the Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program Resource Center.
The online library contains resources for state, tribal and local governments looking to improve their community’s response to the opioid crisis. Inside the resource center you’ll find:
- Educational materials, including newsletters, no-cost webinars, podcasts, printable fact sheets and resources from federal agencies and stakeholder partners
- Descriptions of effective programs implemented throughout the U.S.
- Profiles of BJA grantee sites across the nation
- Funding training and technical assistance opportunities
Visit the resource center at COAPResources.org.