Grants from the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration's Division of Mental Health and Addictions are helping to fund the program.
Under the plan, all 50 states will get some of the money through grants, with the flexibility to use those funds in a way that makes sense for them.
The study was done in Pennsylvania, Colorado, Mississippi and North Carolina.
Find a link with this story to the National Safety Council findings.
The Hoosier state ranks near the bottom of the list.
Nearly 48,000 people died last year from overdoses involving opioids.
Authorities said the 60 includes 53 medical professionals tied to some 350,000 prescriptions and 32 million pills.
Trump is asking Sessions to look out for opioids coming into the U.S. from China and Mexico, saying those countries are "sending their garbage and killing our people."
Congressman David Trone says in 2016, there were more than 64,000 overdose deaths and his nephew was one of them.
The number of drug overdose deaths dropped last year for the first time in nearly 30 years. Health officials now say they’re continuing their efforts to keep that success going.