Grady County Rx Program Framework Model
- Prevent the onset and reduce the progression of substance abuse
- Reduce substance abuse-related problems in communities
- Build prevention capacity and infrastructure at the State/Tribal and community levels.
State Opioid Response and State Targeted Response Grants
Non-medical use of prescription drugs for ages 12-25 in Grady County.
Provides health education, promotion, and community consultation surrounding the state opioid epidemic. *These grants target healthcare practitioners, youth and young adults, older adults, and veterans in Grady County.
The Identified Priorities for SPF-RX:
Decrease nonmedical use of prescription drugs among Grady County residents aged 12 and older.
- Increase prescriber use of the prescription monitoring program and prescribing guidelines
- Decrease medical availability (doctor shopping) by educating the community on the prescription monitoring program
Eight out of ten unintentional poisoning deaths involved a prescription drug in Grady County.
The 3 most common substances in Grady County unintentional poisoning deaths were:
Seven out of ten deaths in Grady County involved a prescription painkiller.
Grady County RX Mission
Community Data Workgroup will promote the appropriate use of prescription drugs by educating the community on the dangers of the non-medical use of prescription drugs and encouraging proper disposal and storage of prescription drugs in Grady County.
Grady County RX Programs
To reduce the non-medical use of prescription drugs in Grady County.
Working together for change
Drop Box Locations
Grady County Community Partners
Community Data Work Group
Cedar Springs Pharmacy
Regional Epidemiological Outcomes Work Group
Chickasha Clinic Pharmacy
Grand Care Pharmacy
Liberty Drug Pharmacy
Tuttle Police Department
Grady County RX Prevention Team
We are prevention educators and coordinators.
Office (405) 422-8871
Cell (405) 206-5968
Office (405) 422-8874
Cell (405) 808-1272