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Responding to the Opioid Crisis in Rural America: Judges and Sheriffs Workshop, Meeting Summary
This report summarizes the discussions in two workshops, each composed of about 50 judges and sheriffs from 29 counties in 11 states, who discussed the challenges, innovations, and opportunities in responding to the opioid crisis in rural America.
In 2018 and 2019, workshops were convened for rural judges, sheriffs, and treatment providers regarding the opioid crisis. During the workshops, challenges were discussed, innovations were shared, and peer learning was promoted.