About the SEOW

SEOW Mission

 The mission of the State Epidemiology Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW) is to provide communities, policymakers, Federal, State, Local, and Tribal Officials with comprehensive data on the patterns, context, and impact of substance use to inform interventions at the Federal, State, Local and Tribal level.

 

 

SEOW Five Year Strategic Plan

Click here to learn more about what the SEOW plans to achieve in the next five years. Our Strategic Plan will help you better understand who we are and what we we plan to do.

Purpose

The Colorado SEOW increases awareness, understanding and access to data and data
publications that address substance use, abuse and related health issues in Colorado. The Colorado SEOW is a multidisciplinary working group that promotes the collection, analysis, and clear communication of data to support and inform substance use, prevention, intervention, treatment, recovery, enforcement, and broader policy.

Attorney General’s Substance Abuse Trends and Response Task Force

 

The Colorado SEOW is associated with the Attorney General’s Office as the data committee for the Substance Abuse Task Force. This unique relationship allows the SEOW to provide key leaders and legislators with information on substance use trends and to help inform the allocation of resources.

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