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Fighting Addiction in Summit County
The Summit County Opiate & Addiction Task Force invites businesses, agencies, non-profits, government entities, individuals, grass roots organizations, and families to join in the fight against addiction. The task force meets quarterly to assess the impact to the community of opiate and other drug addiction and to bring solutions to save lives in the struggle. You can join the task force and be a part of the solution!
Quarterly Meeting Schedule
The Summit County Opiate & Addiction Task Force holds meetings quarterly to update members and the community on developments and initiatives to fight the opiate epidemic. The 2022 Quarterly OATF Meeting Schedule has been released. All meetings are 4:00 pm-5:30 pm and will be held virtually until further notice. Sign up for the task force email list to get OATF updates and meeting notices.
2022 SCOATF Quarterly Public Meetings
Meeting dates are subject to change.
- Monday, March 14, 2022
- Monday, June 13, 2022
- Monday, September 12, 2022 (POSTPONED UNTIL DECEMBER)
- Monday, December 12, 2022
Click here for a complete list of SCOATF 2022 Meetings. (PDF)
In February of 2014, the County of Summit ADM Board convened the Summit County Opiate Task Force (now the Summit County Opiate & Addiction Task Force), a group of key individuals and organizations committed to reducing the tragic consequences of opiate abuse in Summit County through education, collaboration, advocacy, and the wise use of available resources. As an increasing public health problem, the opiate / heroin epidemic has resulted in a dramatic rise in accidental deaths and immeasurable heartache. Working together, we all can play a role in helping to end this lethal epidemic.
The Summit County Opiate & Addiction Task Force website outlines the work of the task force as well as providing treatment, support and educational resources for residents in Summit County.