The website for the Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP) provides real-time data on suspected fatal and non-fatal overdose events to support public safety and public health efforts to mobilize response to sudden increases or spikes in these events.
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Talking to Patients about Naloxone: Insights from Pharmacists in Camden, New Jersey
Source: Camden Coalition of Health Care Providers
This 2-page guide is designed to assist pharmacists in talking with patients and caregivers about naloxone.
Situating the Continuum of Overdose Risk in the Social Determinants of Health: A New Conceptual Framework
Source: The Milbank Quarterly
This article presents a new conceptual framework for understanding the opioid crisis by describing factors that escalate risk for drug use, addiction, and overdose and proposes six policy strategies to address the epidemic’s root causes and deescalate risk. The framework promotes a comprehensive approach that recognizes the social determinants of health and shifts public policy from punishment to a public health approach.
Farm Town Strong
Source: American Farm Bureau Federation & National Farmers Union
Farm Town Strong provides resources to assist farm and ranch communities address the opioid crisis from the American Farm Bureau Federation and the National Farmers Union. The website includes results of a survey describing farm and ranch community perceptions of the opioid crisis as well as links to informational and support hotlines, a substance use disorder treatment locator, information about prevention and safe mediation disposal.
Naloxone Training Video
Source: Baltimore City Health Department
This 4 minute video from the Baltimore Department of Health explains how to recognize an overdose and how to administer Naloxone to reverse the overdose. Part of Baltimore City’s Don’t Die campaign.
What is Naloxone?
Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
This 3 minute video from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration shows how Naloxone works to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. The video explains the science behind how opioids work in the body and how Naloxone works to reverse opioid overdose.
Reverse Overdose Oregon
Source: Oregon Health Authority
Reverse Overdose Oregon’s website provides information for patients, caregivers and citizens on obtaining and learning how to use naloxone to reverse opioid overdose. It also includes employee training materials, a media guide and includes Spanish language resources.
Source: University of Washington Alcohol & Drug Abuse Instititute
This website from the University of Washington Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute is devoted to helping individuals and communities prevent and respond to opioid overdose in the state.
Be Prepared: Develop an Overdose Response Plan
Source: Office Based Addiction Treatment at Boston Medical Center's Grayken for Addiction
This 5 minute video titled “Be Prepared: Develop an Overdose Response Plan” from a team of clinicians at Boston Medical Center’s Grayken Center for Addiction describes the need for health care facilities to develop an overdose response plan to address overdoses that might occur in the facility.
Ohio Addiction Policy Inventory and Scorecard: Overdose Reversal and Other Forms of Harm Reduction
Source: Health Policy Institute of Ohio (HPIO) Addiction Evidence Project
This 2018 report from the Ohio Health Policy Institute describes policy changes implemented between 2013 and 2018 to address overdose reversal and other harm reduction efforts. The report includes a scorecard indicating the extent Ohio is implementing evidence-based harm reduction strategies and offers suggestions for policy improvements.