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The Opioid Settlement Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Board (OSPTR Board) will determine how to allocate the State’s portion of Oregon’s opioid settlement funds. The OSPTR Board’s role and membership were established by the Oregon State Legislature in March 2022 through
House Bill 4098.
OHA provides staff support and works with OSPTR Board members to convene and organize Board meetings.
If you would like to submit a letter or statement to the OSPTR Board, please send it to
OSPTR Board Timeline
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OSPTR Board members will serve four-year terms and are eligible for reappointment. Ex-officio members will serve on the OSPTR Board based on the mandated member representation (for example, the Director of the Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission). Before a member’s term expires, the department shall appoint a successor whose term will begin January 1 of the following term. If there is a vacancy for any cause, the department shall make an appointment to become effective immediately.
Read the OSPTR Board By-Laws
Statute lists the following rules of operation for the OSPTR Board:
Statute lists the following rules for determining how the State’s portion of Oregon’s opioid settlement funds may be allocated:
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