One in five Texans has experienced an opioid overdose or know someone who has. Watch to learn what you can do to prevent prescription opioid misuse and overdose.
See How Texas is Taking Action
Texas Targeted Opioid Response (TTOR) is a public health initiative operated by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) through federal funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
TTOR projects take on the opioid crisis by expanding access to prevention, early intervention, and treatment, along with providing long term recovery support to Texans with opioid use disorder (OUD).
TTOR brings together communities and resources throughout Texas to spread awareness, prevent prescription opioid misuse and stop substance use disorder before it starts.See Prevention Programs
Texans struggling with opioid use disorder need treatment that works. TTOR expands the capacity of physicians and clinics to offer medication assisted treatment (MAT) to support people struggling with addiction to opioids, also known as opioid use disorder.See Treatment Programs
For Texans in recovery from substance use disorder, housing, employment services and support groups can make all the difference. TTOR recovery programs increase the availability and effectiveness of these services while remaining inclusive to all.See Recovery Programs