The Ingham Opioid Abuse Prevention Initiative "IOAPI" (formerly the Ingham Opioid Work Group) first formed in early 2015. The group includes health officials, health providers, people specializing in substance abuse treatment, law enforcement and other first responders, and members of non-profit organizations. The focus of this group is to reduce overdose fatality in the community, in addition to reducing the stigma that is associated with Substance Use.
Mission Statement: The Ingham Opioid Abuse Prevention Initiative is an action-oriented, community collaborative established to develop and implement strategies that prevent and reduce opioid addiction in Ingham County.
Vision Statement: To reduce overdose fatality in the community, in addition to reducing the stigma that is associated with Substance Use and increasing the accessibility to resources and care for those in need.
Commitment Statement: In order to build a reliable, accessible, seamless structure for Substance Use Disorder prevention and services in our community that improves and saves lives, we are committed to unifying our efforts, removing barriers, trusting our partners, sharing information and engaging in work that enhances and compliments the work of members and partners.
Take a quick trip down memory lane and see how IOAPI got started. Click the links below to view the progress throughout the years and where we stand currently. Timeline of IOAPI Strategic planning 10.24.19 Strategic planning 11.21.19 Strategic planning 1.16.20
IOAPI 2020 meeting summary 2020 IOAPI Coalition Meeting Schedule 6.4.20 IOAPI meeting summary 8.6.20 IOAPI meeting summary 9.3.20 IOAPI meeting summary 10.1.20 IOAPI meeting summary 11.5.20 IOAPI meeting summary
2020 IOAPI presentations
IOAPI 2021 meeting schedule and summary
IOAPI 2021 schedule
1.7.21 IOAPI meeting summary
2.4.21 IOAPI meeting summary
3.4.21 IOAPI meeting summary
2021 IOAPI Presentations
If you have any questions or would like some additional information regarding the IOAPI you can contact:
Prevention Programs Coordinator
Program Specialist Substance Use Disorder
If you or someone you know are seeking help for Substance Use Disorders, take advantage of the Resource Directory for Individuals and Families Impacted by Substance Use Disorder by clicking on the link Resource Guide.
Ingham County Health Department is offering free Naloxone Training in addition to free Naloxone kit. Naloxone is a medication that is designed to rapidly reverse an opioid overdose. Click on the link Ingham Narcan Training to schedule your free training. Training is available to anyone.
2016 Annual Surveillance Report