Real Dollars for Real Recovery

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Attorney General Cameron has secured over $800 million from the companies that fueled and exacerbated the opioid epidemic. This money is split evenly between local governments and the state, with the Kentucky Opioid Abatement Advisory Commission administering the Commonwealth's portion.

The map below displays the grants awarded by the Commission. Applications for grant funding are reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply for grant funding, visit ag.ky.gov/OAAC​.​​


Prevention Grants Awarded
Treatment & Recovery Grants Awarded
Total Amount Awarded

*The "total amount awarded" numbers includes the $10.5M directed by RS22 Senate Bill 90.

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