O2SL & QRT National Launches New Website

For immediate release

HAMPTON, VA – The Operation 2 Save Lives (O2SL) leadership team and QRT National are pleased to announce the launch of the organization’s new website.

New o2sl.com allows visitors to learn about the work of O2SL & QRT National which provides integrated community solutions to help those directly and indirectly affected by substance use, mental health disorders and behavioral health issues through the country.

The site features home pages for the organization’s programs in the areas of community and recovery, emergency medical services and public safety, and public health and healthcare. Each of the agency’s services are also highlighted on the website, including various training, consulting, Hub Situation Table training and others.

On the “Our Team” page, visitors can also learn more about O2SL & QRT National’s experts and their areas of interest such as community engagement, policing community outreach, harm reduction, long-term recovery, trauma-informed responses, substance abuse, pre-arrest. diversion and diversion, and more.

In addition, the site offers an events calendar to display the organization’s upcoming trainings, as well as a blog featuring the latest news from O2SL & QRT National. The website includes an email subscription service allowing interested parties to receive email alerts for news releases and is integrated with O2SL & QRT National’s Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages.

The website is also ADA compliant and compatible for use on desktop computers and mobile/tablet devices.

“We are pleased to launch this new user-friendly and easy-to-navigate website that will allow people across the country to learn about our mission and our work in strengthening the relationship between public safety, public health and communities to help save lives,” said COO Scott Allen.

The new website was designed by John Guilfoil Public Relations.



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