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The UD community is invited to participate in community forums across the state related to opioid use disorder. The Public Outreach committee of Delaware’s Prescription Opioid Settlement Fund Distribution Commission, chaired by Tammy Anderson, professor of sociology and criminal justice, will hold one meeting in each Delaware county beginning June 20.
National investigations and lawsuits brought by multiple states against pharmaceutical companies and pharmacies related to the opioid crisis have resulted in more than $50 billion in settlements; the state of Delaware will ultimately receive nearly $250 million which will be held in the Settlement Distribution Fund. The state has one of the nation’s highest fatal overdose rates, according to Attorney General Kathy Jennings.
“The forums will educate the public about the settlement fund and how it is helping remediate the opioid problem and will allow the committee to obtain input from all Delawareans on what resources they need to overcome any opioid-related problems they have. Community members' input will directly inform the expenditure of settlement funds,” Anderson said.
The meetings will be held in New Castle County on Tuesday, June 20; in Sussex County on Thursday, June 22; and in Kent County on Monday, June 26. More information is available on the State of Delaware’s public meeting calendar.
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