Welcome to the Hope Partnership Project
The Hope Partnership Project is a collaboration of federal, state and local partners and people dedicated to the hope of a community free of substance use disorder.
The HPP start-up in 2015 is linked to Ross County's selection the Ohio Department of Public Safety to implement a comprehensive approach to combating the heroin overdose epidemic. Our collaborative was previously known as the Heroin Partnership Project.
Our mission is to work together to elevate awareness around substance use disorder and to implement a comprehensive response that includes prevention, early intervention, treatment services, recovery, and criminal justice reform. Our community-based strategies emphasize and support cross-system collaboration (using what we have, identifying and implementing what we don't, and joining together for best effort).