O2SL Core Program Features

Assessing & Organizing – Assessing existing Substance Use Disorder & Behavioral Health collaboration, organizing a multi-institutional outreach program, mentoring executives to manage the program.

Certified Curricula – Provide Executive, Outreach Officer, and Outreach Specialist curricula which includes daily outreach program operations, core policies, procedures, SME-developed, peer-reviewed curricula, certified by IADLEST. For more details on curricula, scroll below.

Data-driven Strategy & Solutions – Deploy O2SL’s program management and analysis tool, which enables layered access controls, overdose and incident tracking, trends and outcomes analyses, and customized reports generation.

Specialized Recurring Training – Provide recurring, mandatory, and specialized training programs for outreach activities, and collaborative cross-training which includes; Medicines to Treat Opioid Use Disorder/Medical Assisted Treatment awareness, Identifying Drug Endangered Children, Naloxone Training, and Recovery Coach Training.

Consultation Services – CSS offers personalized consultation and employee mentoring for outreach program management, partners & stakeholder organizations, daily operations support and data collection, analysis, and reporting services.

Program Curricula


Two Days

Course will prepare active and effective leaders in public safety, public health, and community to develop a collaborative intervention outreach program to reduce overdose deaths, non-fatal overdoses while addressing a community’s behavioral health needs.

Our Executive course is certified through the International Association of Law Enforcement Directors of Standards (IADLEST) and Training National Certification Program TM.

Outreach Team

Two Days

Course will prepare the students with the skills and training necessary to operate within a collaborative intervention outreach program to reduce overdose deaths, non-fatal overdoses while assisting the behavioral health needs of vulnerable populations while in their roles as members of cohesive, public safety and civilian specialist outreach teams.

Our Outreach Team course is presently undergoing the IADLEST National Certification Program TM review process with the expectation of being certified soon.

Both of our innovative curriculums are co-facilitated by experienced subject matters experts (SME’s) in both law enforcement and public health. Our team of instructors includes active/retired Police Chiefs, Public Health Executives, and Doctoral Behavioral and Social Science Practitioners. These courses will provide community stakeholders with the tools to govern and create a collaborative program that addresses and builds upon your behavioral health needs.

Each course will provide participants with an overview into the origins of the opioid crisis and present-day polysubstance use crisis.

Executives will be provided with an overview of public safety deflection and/or outreach programs, tools and lessons learned for creating a new program or improving existing partnerships, strategies for building a successful program, establishing policies, procedures, and program governance tools while addressing privacy and legal concerns, develop training requirements and a template for outreach team member training, develop a data driven strategy to identify the core substance use issues, improve outreach engagement, improve linkage to treatment and care, identify drug endangered children, and identify and address racial disparities in SUD treatment.

Outreach Team members will gain valuable awareness of substance use and mental health disorders, standards of care, public safety deflection and/or outreach programs, guidance for first responder outreach team members to engage vulnerable populations, harm reduction strategies, address privacy and liability concerns, deploy the program’s data-driven strategy focusing on collection of data, barriers to obtaining data, data analysis and reporting and tracking overdose incidents, outreach visit scenarios and role-playing and address racial disparities in SUD treatment.