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

​​​Because the master consortium in Ohio uses a shared services and community of practice approach, it is important to detail how each of the five community leaders and local consortia interact and receive these shared services. This page details how the community and master consortium interact and which parts of the COP-RCORP initiative are led by whom. The community consortia are the leaders of this process. The master consortium assists with training, technical assistance, evaluation, and support from state agencies and experienced communities.

Our MOA

Our Memorandum of Agreement allows us all to work together under a shared framework that is clearly outlined and agreed upon by everyone in the Master consortium.

 

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Our Shared Services Agreement

Our Shared Services Agreement allows us all to work together specifies who the Master consortium is responsible for rendering specific services.

 

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Our Service Area

This downloadable map of our service area shows the five Ohio counties that have been brought together under the CoP-RCORP initiative.

 

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Our Organizational
Chart

Our Organizational Chart is a visual description of how the CoP-RCORP initiative functions to enhance capacity and sustainability at a local level by leveraging state and community partnerships.

 

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