The Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention works with community members throughout Colorado to help end the prescription drug misuse and abuse crisis. These partners include local coalitions, county health departments, regional health districts, and many others.

    This page is intended to provide resources to assist those who work in the community. For more information, please contact one of the Consortium’s External Relations Strategists, Jessica Eaddy, Jamie Feld, or Judy Solano.

    To accommodate the growing number of communities we work with and their needs, the Consortium is hiring additional external relations strategists. Eventually, we will have staff assigned to the four corners of the state as shown on this page. In the meantime, please contact Jamie Feld if you are in the northeast region and Denver area, Judy Solano if you are in the southeast region, and Jessica Eaddy if you are in one of the other regions.

    A work in progress

    This page is a work in progress. Please check back as additional resources are added. If you have suggestions for additions, please email Jessica Eaddy or Jamie Feld.



    We are grateful to collaborate with a large number of local and regional efforts across the state to address the opioid epidemic. Because we know that every community is different, there are a diverse array of organizations, alliances, and public health departments that we partner with in addressing prescription drug misuse at the local level. Below, we list the name of our primary point of contact for local initiatives followed by the counties served. Don’t see your county on the list? Send an email to Jessica Eaddy or Jamie Feld to get involved!

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