Opioid Abatement Advisory Commission

​​​​​​​​The Kentucky Opioid Abatement Advisory Commission was created by the General Assembly's unanimous passage of House Bill 427, which Attorney General Cameron supported alongside other legislators, the Kentucky League of Cities, and the Kentucky Association of Counties.  The Commission is comprised of nine voting and two non-voting members and includes stakeholders from, among others, the prevention and treatment community, law enforcement, and victims of the opioid crisis.​

The Commission's purpose is to distribute the Commonwealth's portion of the $478 million settlement Attorney General Cameron reached, in 2022, with opioid companies for their role in exacerbating the deadly opioid crisis. ​

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Attorney General Cameron appointed W. Bryan Hubbard as the Executive Director of the Kentucky Opioid Abatement Advisory Commission.  In this position, Hubbard will oversee and administer the Commission on behalf of the Attorney General's Office. 

Meeting Schedule

​​Tuesday, July ​​12, 2022Capital Complex East, Frankfort, KY
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agenda​ minutes
​​Monday, August 29, 2022​Capital Complex East, Frankfort, KY agenda minutes​
​Tuesday, October 4, 2022Capital Complex East, Frankfort, KY ​
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022​​Capital Complex East, Frankfort, KY
​Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022Capital Complex East, Frankfort, KY ​

Opioid Abatement Advisory Commission Members

​W. Bryan Hubbard
Allison Ball
Danny Bentley
Vic Brown
Karen Butcher
Eric Friedlander
Van Ingram
Karen Kelly
Von Purdy
Jason Roop
Sharon Walsh

To learn more about the members of the Commission, click here​

Related Pages

Opioid Settlement