How much has your city been paid?
Ohio will receive $2 billion in opioid settlement payments over the next 18 years. Local governments will receive 30% of that money. About $41 million of the $600 million for local governments has arrived.
So far, 719 local governments have received money. The pdf files attached provide the exact amounts every local Ohio government has received as of June 1, 2023.
The money documented here comes from two opioid settlements: wholesale distributors (Cardinal Health, McKesson, AmerisourceBergen) and one manufacturer (Janssen). The amounts will increase as settlements with CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, PurduePharma and others are finalized.
Thanks to Kaiser Family Foundation Health News for obtaining the information that we organize here.
Opioid settlement funds may be spent on evidence-based efforts described here.
Opioid Payments to Local Governments: Ranked By Money Received
Opioid Payments to Local Governments: Alphabetical Order, By Government Name
Opioid Payments to Local Governments: Grouped By County
Opioid Payments to Local Governments: Downloadable Excel File