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Addressing the Opioid Crisis

What we are doing at The ROC - and how you can help!

In 2023 the overdose death rate topped 112,000 in a 12 month period for

the first time, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

That is an average of 306 overdose deaths....

every. single. day. 

Among those, 82.7% of deaths involved at least one opioid and 

60.0% involved at least one stimulant. Illegally-made fentanyls were the most commonly

involved opioids. The most common stimulant involved in overdose deaths was cocaine.



Take Action to Address the Opioid Criss
What The ROC is doing
What YOU can do

Taking action to address the opioid crisis in our community

At The ROC, we are committed to initiatives that help reduce the impact of opioid

and other substance misuse in our community.  We address the opioid crisis by:

1)  Providing supported access to treatment and recovery support services

2)  Collaborating with community partners to provide education and resources

3)  Providing hope that treatment works, recovery happens - and we are worth it

4)  Acting as a point of distribution in our community for practical tools in the fight against opioid use disorder and accidental drug overdose.  

Steps that you can take to reduce the impact of opioid and other substance misuse in our community:  

1)  Learn more on best practices in preventing and treating substance use disorder

2)  Secure your medications in a lockbox to reduce the chances of theft, loss and misuse.

3)  Properly dispose of unused medications to reduce the chances of theft, loss and misuse.

4)  Learn the signs of accidental opiate overdose and have Narcan (naloxone) on hand


MEDICATION LOCK BOXES                DETERRA DRUG DEACTIVATION PACKS                        NARCAN                   

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These items are available for free (while supplies last) at: The ROC  200 E Park Street - Suite 227 - McCall, ID  83638


Order Prevention Supplies
Information & Resources

Additional Information & Resources

Supported Accessto Treatment
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supported access to treatment The ROC
The ROC Recovery Community Center

200 E Park Street
McCall, ID  83638

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