MAT Access Points Project

Prevention and Education in Communities of Color

ONTRACK Program Resources is offering COST-FREE webinars, consultation, and other resources for the Sacramento Black/African American community on how to address the opioid and other drugs crisis in an effective and culturally responsive way.
This project is made possible through a Prevention and Education in Communities of Color grant from the MAT ACCESS POINTS PROJECT, funding through the California Department of Health Care Services MAT Expansion Project and administered by The Center at Sierra Health Foundation.

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Soul Space

With these eight months of MAT Access Project funding (January – August 2020), ONTRACK is officially launching SOUL SPACE, a community health home for culturally responsive social supports and resources to address and fill advance health and wellness for African Americans.

SOUL SPACE addresses critical gaps in the continuum of behavioral health services that are known to be especially detrimental to the wellbeing of the Black community. Through, SOUL SPACE ONTRACK will establish a coordinated network of in-community wellness supports to address the whole person spectrum of prevention and recovery supports, including case management, self-care, support groups, classes, and life and job skills resources.

We will start by focusing on increasing knowledge, collaboration, and access to appropriate services, in a way that is aligned with our overarching vision to eliminate disparities through caring, compassionate, community-centered approaches to health and wellness.


Addressing Needs of African Americans in the Opioid Epidemic during COVID-19

Cost-Free & Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Available


Benefits Concerns of Medication Assisted Treatment In the African American Community


Identifying Cross-Generational Responses in MAT Services for African Americans


Healing the African American Opioid Crisis in Sacramento Community Forum

Customized Agency Consultation Available

To provide more effective and culturally responsive services to African Americans with Opioid and/or Substance Use Disorder

Cost-Free Consulting Services

Under the MAT Access Points Project grant, ONTRACK is providing individualized consultation to Sacramento community-based organizations, behavioral health agencies, and social and human service agencies that serve Black/African American residents with opioid and/or substance use disorders.

ONTRACK will help you improve service delivery, programs, leadership and workforce skills, and systems in order to better serve your Black clients/consumers.

To request cost-free consulting services, please fill out this brief application:

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