North Carolina is part of a historic agreement that will help bring desperately needed relief to communities impacted by opioids, including Cumberland County. Cumberland County Government is estimated to receive $16,984,644 over an 18-year period (2022-2038).
The Cumberland County Commissioners are seeking representative community input about the strategies that may be supported with opioid settlement funds. Feedback will be shared with the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners and Fayetteville City Council to determine how funds will be spent. Survey responses are anonymous.
For more information about the Opioid Settlement Fund, visit: https://ncopioidsettlement.org/ or https://www.morepowerfulnc.org/opioid-settlements/

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* 1. What is the City/town listed on your mailing address? Select one

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* 2. How old are you?

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* 3. What is your race? Do you consider yourself… Select one or more

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* 4. Do you identify as Hispanic, Spanish, or Latinx?

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* 5. We are interested in gathering feedback from community members with a range of life experiences. Select all responses that apply Reminder: Reponses are anonymous and individual responses will not be shared

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* 6. Which strategies are currently being implemented in Cumberland County? Select all that apply

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* 7. Which strategies currently need more support (funding) to meet the needs of Cumberland County? Select all that apply

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* 8. What specific programs are being implemented? By whom?

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* 9. Where are there opportunities for alignment of strategies?

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* 10. Rank the top three strategies that should be prioritized for funding (Rank 1-3)

  Evidence-based addiction treatment Recovery support services and Recovery housing Employment-related services Early intervention programs Naloxone distribution Post-overdose response teams Syringe service programs Criminal justice diversion programs Addiction treatment for incarcerated persons Reentry programs
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