A Quick Response Team (QRT) is a “Naloxone-Plus” model of pre-arrest diversion. QRTs provide an integrated response to help connect individuals who experience an opioid overdose or illicit drug event with treatment and recovery services.
A QRT often includes first responders (law enforcement, fire and EMS), clinicians and peer mentors (living examples that recovery is possible). Members of the QRT visit the home of a person who recently overdosed and offer support services to the individual and their family. QRT members then follow up to encourage the person to seek treatment and help navigate obstacles to treatment. Individuals and their families rely on the QRT for emotional support, information, coaching, encouragement and resources.
If you would like more information about QRTs or pre-arrest diversion or if you need to suggest an edit to this directory, please feel free to reach out to Lisa Myers at email@example.com or 513-458-6629.
Contact information for QRT referrals
Boone, Campbell, Grant, Kenton and Owen Counties
Northern Kentucky Addiction Helpline
Choices Coordinated Care Solutions
Adams County Health Department
Monday-Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.: 937-544-5547
After hours referral line: 740-354-1010
Danielle Poe: dpoe@AdamsCountyHealth.org
Heather Dickens: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secured QRT Referral Line: 937-378-3504 ext. 105
Hamilton County (including Colerain)
513-526-9452 ext. 144
Heath Stratton, Care Coordinator
937-746-4542 Ext. 1624 (office)