Texas Targeted Opioid Response

Since May 2017, Texas has received more than $280 million in federal funding to address the opioid crisis under the Texas Targeted Opioid Response program. Strategies span the behavioral health continuum of care funding prevention, treatment and/or recovery support services. These include medication assisted treatment, peer recovery coaching, disposal of prescription drugs, and overdose-related emergency response services. Those who benefit from TTOR services include people with opioid use disorder, their family members, significant others and supportive allies who are affected by opioid use.   
 
The TTOR program aims to address the opioid crisis by reducing unmet treatment need and opioid overdose-related deaths through its evidence-based programming.

Additional information pertaining to TTOR is outlined in the TTOR Primer and at txopioidresponse.org.

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 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.