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Northern Michigan Opioid Response Consortium

Northern Michigan Opioid REsponse Consortium


To engage Northern Michigan in a coordinated response to reduce opioid use disorders.

Inspired, supportive and actionable community stakeholders for the prevention, treatment and recovery of opioid use disorders through effective and easily accessible programs and resources while maintaining a sustainable, integrated and efficient delivery system.

About Us
The Northern Michigan Opioid Response Consortium (NMORC) is a 32-member Consortium addressing the opioid epidemic in a 16-county region including Alcona, Alpena, Cheboygan, Clare, Crawford, Gladwin, Kalkaska, Lake, Missaukee, Montmorency, Ogemaw, Oscoda, Otsego, Presque Isle, Roscommon, and Wexford counties of rural northern Michigan. NMORC consists of the healthcare facilities in the targeted 16-county region, including all hospitals, hospital affiliated clinics, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Community Mental Health agencies, and Local Public Health agencies. In addition, the NMORC membership includes the Michigan Center for Rural Health, the regions’ Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan (Northern Michigan Regional Entity), a recovery support provider (Ten16 Recovery Network), and one of only two SAMSHA certified Opiate Treatment Providers (Northern Michigan Substance Abuse Services) in all of Northern Michigan.

Core Activities
The NMORC's focus is on the following core activities:

  • Building Recovery capital
  • Naloxone distribution and expansion of access
  • Stigma reduction activities
  • Behavioral Health integration in Primary Care
  • Provider trainings
  • Harm Reduction activities
  • Formation of NMORC Provider Cohort
  • Workforce education
  • Engage MDHHS Opioid Health Home

Our NMORC Team

Joyce Fetrow

Joyce Fetrow, CPRM, CPRM-M, CHW
Project Director

Jeanne Marriott

Jeanne Marriott
Project Associate

Jessica Vanwulfen, MBA
Project Associate

David McGreaham MD smiling

Dr. David McGreaham
David McGreaham, MD, FACP
Medical Director