Overdose fatality reviews allow communities to examine and understand the circumstances surrounding fatal drug overdoses. Review teams can uncover the individual and population factors and characteristics of potential overdose victims. Knowing the who, what, when, where, and how of fatal overdoses provides a better sense of the strategies and coordination needed to prevent future overdoses and results in the better allocation of overdose prevention resources and services. This session will provide an overview of overdose fatality review and highlight successes and challenges in the field from local, state and tribal perspectives. Funding and training and technical assistance opportunities through Bureau of Justice Assistance will be highlighted. There will be a panel of four individuals and the session will include funding and training opportunities from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, an overview of the structure and process of an overdose fatality review, a state level view of the OFR model and features in Wisconsin, and a local level view in Prince George County Maryland.