Opioid Settlement Fund Tracker

February 9, 2024
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More than $335 Million Made Available to Date

Information about spending from the New York State Opioid Settlement Fund
Opioid Settlement Funds Made Available - FY 2024
By Priority Area

(Dollar amounts are expressed in thousands)

Priority Area*FY24 AllocationsFunds Made Available via Procurement
Regional Abatement$48,414$46,302
Harm Reduction$36,430$36,430
Investments Across the Continuum$26,214$17,280
Priority Populations$23,998$13,483
Treatment$20,046$19,517
Recovery$16,287$ 6,867
Housing$16,287$0
Prevention$11,951$560
Transportation$8,674$3,539
Public Awareness$2,699$137
Research$1,253$0
Total
$212,253
$144,115

 

*The priority areas listed were identified in the Opioid Settlement Board Report issued November 1, 2022.

 

Opioid Settlement Funds Made Available - FY 2024
By Date and Initiative

(Dollar amounts are expressed in thousands)

Date of ProcurementInitiativesAmountNumber of Awards
1/20/2023Comprehensive Low Threshold Buprenorphine Services$12,95815*
3/3/2023Outreach and Engagement – Clinic Model$1,1705*
3/8/2023Outreach and Engagement – Street Outreach$2,94312*
3/30/2023Connections to Care$2,20011*
5/1/2023Fentanyl Test Strips, Xylazine Test Strips$3,6011
6/21/2023Naloxone$11,1832
7/14/2023Non-medical Transportation$3,12012
7/17/2023Recovery Community and Outreach Centers$6,04830
11/20/2023NYSDOH$35,090In process
11/22/2023Regional Abatement$46,30281
2/8/2024Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment Program$9,500In process
2/8/2024Leadership Institute$5,000In process
2/8/2024Paid Internship Program$5,000In process
 
Total
$144,115
 

*Awards under this initiative are multi-year and allocate funds from both FY 2023 and FY 2024. 

Opioid Settlement Funds Made Available - FY 2023
By Priority Area

 (dollar amounts are expressed in thousands)

Priority Area*FY23 Allocations**Funds Made Available via Procurement
Regional Abatement$64,006$64,006
Harm Reduction$26,858$26,858
Treatment$14,426$14,426
Investments Across the Continuum$19,331$19,331
Priority Populations$17,689$17,689
Housing$12,372$12,372
Recovery$12,372$12,372
Prevention$8,457$8,457
Transportation$6,331$6,331
Public awareness$2,066$2,066
Research$918$918 
NY MATTERS$8,000$8,000
Total
$192,826
$192,826


*The priority areas listed were identified in the Opioid Settlement Board Report issued November 1, 2022.

**The FY23 Budget Aid to Localities appropriation authority for the Opioid Settlement Fund totaled $208 million, which provided room for potential additional revenues should there be more settlements. However, total allocations for FY 23 supported by the fund totaled $192.8 million.

Opioid Settlement Funds Made Available - FY 2023
By Date and Initiative

(dollar amounts are expressed in thousands)

Date of ProcurementInitiativesAmountNumber of Awards
1/20/23Comprehensive Low Threshold Buprenorphine Services$10,03315
2/7/23Comprehensive Integrated Outpatient Treatment Program–Round 1$5,91812
3/3/23Outreach and Engagement - Clinic Model$1,9905
3/8/23Outreach and Engagement - Street Outreach$3,52712
3/15/23Regional Abatement$64,00681
3/30/23Connections to Care$4,40011
5/1/23Fentanyl Test Strips, Xylazine Test Strips$1,9231
5/10/23Community Prevention Coalitions: Fentanyl, Opioids, Rx$3,9145
6/21/23Naloxone$5,4402
6/23/23Professional Scholarship Program$13,32212*
7/14/23Comprehensive Integrated Outpatient Treatment Program–Round 2$4,7698
7/14/23Non-Medical Transportation$5,76012
7/14/23Public Awareness$2,0661
7/17/23Recovery Community and Outreach Centers$12,09630
8/4/23Transitional Safety Units$12,37217
8/8/23NYS DOH - Provision of Harm Reduction Services Via Telemedicine$1,000In process
8/14/23NYS DOH - Expanding Harm Reduction Services for Priority Populations Who Use Drug$7,500In process
8/16/23Government-Academic Research and Evaluation-Reposted
8/17/23NYS DOH - Development of a Comprehensive Coroner Training Program$400In process
8/29/23MATTERS$8,0001
8/29/23NYS DOH - Coroner/Medical Examiner - Mortality Data Improvement Project$3501
8/29/23NYS DOH - Expansion of NYS Drug User Health Hubs and Syringe Exchange Service Programs$12,59025
8/31/23Community Prevention and Intervention Project$4,00011
8/31/23Local Impact Initiative - Round 1$17018
9/8/23NYS DOH - Harm Reduction Supplies$1,0001
9/8/23NYS DOH - Naloxone$4,2501
12/13/23Local Impact Initiative  - Round 2$1,130In process
1/11/24Government-Academic Research and Evaluation$900In process
 
Total
$192,826
 


*An additional $10 million was awarded after the issuance of the press release.

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