Members Only Page

This page is for members of the COP-RCORP consortium only. Materials, guidance, and meeting recordings are listed here, along with contact sheets for use by consortium members.  Resources and materials that require review by the master consortium will be placed in the next section headed For Your Review and frequently updated. Master Consortium Recordings are archived at the bottom of this page. Please check this page regularly for revisions.

For Your Review

Local Consortia Quick Reference Guide

This Guide offers guidance to COP-RCORP community consortia about who to contact for various issues and topics. Please reach out to subject area leads, as appropriate, and copy your technical assistance provider.

Technical Assistance Providers

Funding, Invoicing, Subcontracts

Subject Area Leads for RCORP-Planning

The below chart details who to contact among the specific communities in the master consortium.

Communities of Practice for Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (COP-RCORP) Consortium 

Recordings from Our Meetings

Planning Period


February 8th, 2019: Recording March 26, 2019 : Recording April 23, 2019 : Recording May 21, 2019: Recording June 18, 2019: Recording, Meeting Notes July 23, 2019: Recording August 27, 2019 : Recording September 27, 2019 : Recording





Our Implementation Meetings
October 2019
November 2019
November 2019
January 2020
February 2020
February 2020
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Performance Measures

This on-demand webinar discusses the required RCORP-I performance measures and the submission process for the COP-RCORP Consortium. The March 2020 Performance Measure Submission Form and slides for the webinar are available for download.

  1. COP-RCORP March 2020 Submission Form

  2. RCORP-I Performance Measures Webinar Slides

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