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Harold Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

The Bureau of Justice Assistance has made a wide range of technical services available, free of charge, to grantees participating in the BJA Harold Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) and others interested in technical assistance relating to the implementation of Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs). These services are being coordinated by American University under a cooperative agreement with BJA and include:

  • Facilitating site visits of representatives from states without PDMPs or in the planning/implementation phase to states with operating PDMPs or vice versa;
  • Providing technical assistance for grantees in data collection and performance measures reporting;
  • Facilitating on-site technical assistance by senior practitioners and other experts in other areas to address needs as they arise;
  • Coordinating state and regional training opportunities for PDMPs;
  • Providing off-site technical assistance, including: facilitating telephone conference calls and connecting peers in the field dealing with similar issues;
  • Disseminating relevant publications and other resource materials developed by the programs' participating sites, as
  • Facilitating peer-to-peer site visits to promote networking among sites and encourage the potential for replication of promising practices.

Requests for technical assistance can be submitted electronically on the PDMP technical assistance request form available at:

Project Contacts

Rebecca Rose
BJA National Technical Assistance and Training Project

Caroline Cooper/Joseph Trotter
Justice Programs Office