Midtown currently teams with the Opioid Community Collaborative (OCC), which includes Intermountain Healthcare, Davis Behavioral Health and Weber Human Services, to offer medication-assisted treatment for prescription drug misuse.
“Between our program and theirs, I think we’ll be able to make a big impact,” Martinez said. “The problem is enormous and substance use disorders are not isolated to one community. Our program can only serve individuals below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines. We all have a piece to play.” - From the Standard Examiner