Statewide Opioid Settlement Initiatives
In response to Senate Bill 1827, passed by the 87th Legislature, the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts assists the Texas Opioid Abatement Fund Council (OAFC) in addressing the opioid crisis across the state of Texas, as well as publishing statewide opioid settlement agreement records to the public.
Texas Opioid Abatement Fund Council
The OAFC was formed to ensure that money recovered through the statewide opioid settlement agreements is allocated fairly and spent to put an end to the opioid crisis in Texas.
The Council is administratively attached to the Texas Comptroller’s office, which provides the staff and facilities as necessary to assist the Council in performing its duties.
- The OAFC will hold a public meeting on Oct. 25 at 10 a.m. local time. Information regarding the agenda and meeting information is posted on the Texas Secretary of State's Texas Register.
- The OAFC public survey is now open. The OAFC is conducting this survey to better understand the community’s perspective on how to best abate the opioid crisis across the state. The survey will close on Oct. 30. Take the survey today and please share with your professional network.
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