About Eastern Peninsula Opioid Response Consortium
The Eastern Upper Peninsula Opioid Response Consortium (EUP-ORC) is a 22-member Consortium dedicated to working collaboratively to implement the prevention, treatment and recovery services necessary to reduce harm and heal people, families and communities impacted by substance use disorders and opioid use disorders in the 5-county region in the Eastern Upper Peninsula.
The EUP-ORC consists of every healthcare facility in the targeted 5-county region, including all hospitals, hospital affiliated clinics, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Community Mental Health agency, Local Public Health agencies, the regions’ Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan, recovery support provider, and tribal health agencies.
Vision: Working collaboratively, the Eastern Upper Peninsula will implement the prevention, treatment and recovery services necessary to reduce harm and heal the persons, families and communities impacted by substance use disorders/opioid use disorders.
Mission Statement: The mission of the EUP Rural Community Opioid Response Consortium is to eliminate substance use disorder/opioid use disorder in the EUP.
Board of Directors
Michigan State Police
D/Lt Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team (UPSET)