Researchers from ISER’s Center for Behavioral Health Research and Services (CBHRS) shared work evaluating Alaska’s response to the opioid crisis at the recent meeting of the American Evaluation Association held in Minneapolis, MN. Bridget Hanson presented about the methodology used for recent key informant interviews with individuals who had administered naloxone in a talk titled “‘Please tell us about a time you administered naloxone’: Maximizing data collection opportunities with challenging informants.” She also presented “Policy evaluation during the opioid epidemic,” highlighting the challenges of such efforts. Jodi Barnett presented a poster titled “Promoting a coordinated multi-site evaluation for community-based opioid prevention programs” about the work CBHRS is doing as evaluators on the Partnerships for Success project.