Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP)

The Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) is a long-term effort that focuses on overcoming challenges in getting treatment for substance use disorder (SUD) and opioid use disorder (OUD). It includes services for treatment, prevention, and recovery. In addition, RCORP offers education and training to the community, covering factors that increase the risk of health issues and conditions related to substance use.

Case Management & Peer Recovery Coaching

We help our community overcome obstacles to treating substance use disorder and opioid use disorder. We address issues like transportation, stigma, and limited resources by offering a broad range of services and connections to care for individuals and families in Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties.

Our dedicated case managers work with participants and their support networks to develop tailored treatment plans, ensuring everyone receives the care they need. We offer a range of options and resources to assist you on your recovery path, closely monitoring progress and facilitating smooth transitions between different organizations.

Working in sync with our Case Managers, Our Peer Recovery Coach is focused on helping participants achieve personal goals. Leveraging their own experiences and victories, they offer compassionate support to those facing similar challenges, fostering a supportive environment for recovery.

    • Develop Individualized Treatment Plan
    • Assist Participants and their Support System
    • Provide Diverse Care Options and Resources
    • Monitor and Evaluate Participant Progress
    • Link Participants with Treatment Options
    • Manages multi-organization Transitions
    • Identify Ways to Overcome Barriers to Treatment
    • Recovery Coaching
    • Personalized Recovery Experience
    • Participant Care Plan Navigation
    • Encourage Open and Consistent Communication
    • Collaborate with Program Case Manager
    • Goal-focused Achievement
    • Peer Recovery Support
    • Available for Local Support
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Behavioral Healthcare Support

We strive to enhance behavioral healthcare services in rural communities by providing evidence-based, trauma-informed treatment for substance use disorder (SUD). These services are accessible in your community through our advanced mobile clinic and PanCare Health Clinics.


    • Counseling
    • Medication Management
    • Medication Assisted Treatment
    • Education / Trainings
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Overdose Response

Address immediate needs in rural areas through improving access to, capacity for, and sustainability of prevention, treatment, and recovery services for substance use disorder (SUD).


    • Assisting eligible uninsured individuals with obtaining health insurance.

    • Offering certification, formalized training programs, and professional mentorship opportunities

    • Support individuals in recovery with transportation.

For Additional Information

For additional information, such as acquiring free Narcan, becoming a client, or scheduling an appointment with our mobile clinic, please contact us.

Shannon Lawton

Project Director, RCORP & Referrals

Drew Hild

Behavioral Health Program Manager