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School of Social Work - Center for Behavioral Health and Justice - Wayne State University

The Center for Behavioral Health and Justice would like to thank the 360 people who joined us for the first ever Opioid Treatment Ecosystem Community of Practice Summit on May 5th, 2020. We have attached a copy of the presentation slides and responses to your questions from the Q&A portion of the event.

Watch the full recording of the event, or navigate to a specific section:

Overview of Overdose Crisis

Monroe County    Kent County    Muskegon County    Jackson County    Washtenaw County    Wayne County

Expanding the Treatment Ecosystem

Closing Remarks

Thank you to our partners at the Michigan Health Endowment Fund and the Michigan Opioid Partnership for your support and to the OTE communities for sharing your groundbreaking work. 

Visit our website to learn more about the Opioid Treatment Ecosystem and other initiatives of the Center for Behavioral Health and Justice.


The Center for Behavioral Health envisions communities in which research, data, and best practices are used by multiple stakeholders to enhance the optimal well-being of individuals with mental illness and/or substance use disorders who come in contact with the criminal/legal system.