Get to know SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF), how Regional Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroups (REOW) operate, and their roles in substance abuse prevention in Oklahoma.
Attend a local Regional Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup meeting
Anyone interested in discussing or exchanging local health data or learning how a REOW works may attend their local REOW’s meetings. Contact the local Regional Prevention Coordinator (RPC), as oversight of the REOWs is managed by the RPC for each region (previously a function of the SPF-State Incentive Grant & Partnerships for Success (PFS)). During the initial assessment phase, REOWs were required to meet monthly but many meet quarterly.