Ocean County Opiate Task Force


OCEAN COUNTY OPIATE TASK FORCE

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What is the Opiate task force:

The Opiate task force is a volunteer, independent group of people and agencies that have been meeting since the summer of 2013 and are concerned about the increased use of Opiates in the Ocean County community.  Participation on the task force is broad and includes several governmental, non-profit and for profit entities.  The task force is lead by an executive Board who oversees the efforts to accomplish its mission.

Goal of the Ocean County Opiate Task Force:

To reduce opiate introduction, addiction, distribution, overdose and death in Ocean County

Mission of the Opiate Task Force:

To provide education and training in the community. 

Resources to address opiate use

This webpage offers a variety of resources.  When you click on the subject, it will take you to the correct page with the related resources:

 

This web based resource listing is being hosted by the Ocean County Health Department.  If you know of a resource related to this subject that is not listed, please call 732-341-9700, ext 7224 or email (with a description of the service) to lterjesen@ochd.org.  Your request will be brought before the Opiate task force Executive Board for inclusion.

 

This webpage offers a variety of resources.  When you click on the subject, it will take you to the correct page with the related resources:

Click HERE to for information and to register for the Heroin-Opoid Epidemic at Monmouth College on Friday, March 21, 2014.

1. CRISIS HOTLINES 

2. OCEAN COUNTY DRUG AND OPIATE RESOURCES FOR PARENTS

3. OPIATE AND DRUG INFORMATION AND REFERRALS

4. INPATIENT AND OUTPATIENT SERVICES DEFINITIONS

5. INPATIENT AND OUTPATIENT FACILITIES

6. CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS (Co-Occuring Mental Illness & Substance Abuse

7. METHADONE SERVICES

8. DRUG AND OPIATE PREVENTION INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

9. DRUG AND OPIATE PREVENTION INFORMATION FOR EDUCATORS

10. INFORMATION FOR GRIEVING PARENTS AND FAMILIES

11. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

12. NOT 1 MORE, FAITH-BASED PROGRAM (1/30/2014)

13. FAITH-BASED ADDICTION/RECOVERY MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS AND GROUPS

14. OCEAN COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE

15. NAR-ANON MEETINGS

 

 

 

If you have additional resources that are applicable to this resource guide, please call Leslie Terjesen at the Ocean County Health Department at 732-341-9700, ext. 7224 or at Lterjesen@ochd.or