Texas Targeted Opioid Response


Texas Targeted Opioid Response strategies span the behavioral health continuum of care funding prevention activities, treatment and recovery services, as well as integrated projects. To meet federal grantee requirements, streamline deployment of funds, and maintain quality services, HHSC plans to expand existing contracts and partner with governmental entities such as academic institutions and local mental health authorities that provide outreach, screening, assessment and referral functions.

The TTOR program implemented a continuum of services model to target integrated, prevention, treatment and recovery focus areas as illustrated.  Additional information pertaining to TTOR is outlined in the TTOR Primer.

Who Is Eligible for TTOR Grant Program Services?

People with opioid use disorder, their family members, significant others and supportive allies who are affected by opioid use. People might also have co-occurring use of other substances or mental and primary health conditions.

Some programs might have clinical and financial eligibility requirements.

How Do I Get TTOR Grant Program Services in My Community?

Call your local prevention resource center or OSAR center.

How Do I Get Medication-Assisted Treatment Services?

Call your local narcotic treatment center provider or call the OSAR center for your region.

Contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


Find your local mental health authority or local behavioral health authority.