YORK COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — The York County Board of Commissioners announced the receipt of $21 million in Opioid Settlement Funds on Thursday Jan. 19.

According to the York County Coroner’s official Twitter page, the York County Board of Commissioners announced the receipt of $21 million in Opioid Settlement Funds, as well as information on how to apply to receive funds.

The $21 million will be received through the year 2038, according to the York County Coroner.

A tweet by the York County Coroner provides steps on how to apply:

  • Read through the list of approved activities
  • Complete the interest form
  • Register for a grant information session
  • Click here to register
  • Attend informational sessions by registering here

Applications for funds will be open from Feb. 1 to April 30. York County organizations that help to address overdoses and substance use in the community are eligible to apply for the funds.