Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
- Improve controlled substance prescribing by providing critical information regarding a patient’s controlled substance prescription history.
- Inform clinical practice by identifying patients at high-risk who would benefit from early interventions.
- Reduce the number of people who misuse, abuse, or overdose while making sure patients have access to safe, effective treatment
REGISTRATION & PORTAL ACCESS HERE
The Missouri Opioid State Targeted Response team has collaborated with the Department of Mental Health and service providers to expand access to integrated prevention, treatment, and recovery support services for individuals with opioid use disorder (OUD) throughout the state.
Recovery Is Real: Medical Treatment For Opioid Use Disorder
A patient-friendly brochure which uses a health-literate approach to explain the basics of medical treatment for OUD patients as well as information on treatment medications, including buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone.
Download The Brochure
Kansas City Health Department
2400 Troost Avenue, Suite 400
Kansas City, MO 64108
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
2017 Opioid Summit Presentations
DEA Opioid Perspective
James P. Shroba, Special Agent in Charge
Shifting The Focus On The Opioid Epidemic
Dr. Michael Petersen, Accenture
Generation Rx & Missouri Pharmacists
Cameron C. Lindsey, PharmD., UMKC School of Pharmacy
NCADA-St. Louis Video Links
NCADA-St. Louis - Safe
NCADA-St. Louis - Smartphone
NCADA-St. Louis - All American Girl
1.These spots are to be used only for education and to serve the public health. They can never be used to promote-even indirectly, by inference-any treatment center, hospital, clinic, individual or group counseling practice, or any other business. 2.These spots are not to be altered in any way. 3.They are not to be broadcast on TV, and should they be used on social media, the posts should not be boosted by advertising dollars. 4.Please credit "NCADA-St. Louis" and provide the ncada-stl.org URL along with the ad(s).
In The News
October 28 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
Drop Off Locations, Prescription & OTC Medications
Frequently Asked Questions
PDMP Fact Sheet
Missouri Opioid Crisis Response
Missouri Opioids Information
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Program Contact Information
Contact: PDMP Coordinator