This 2019 guidebook contains resources for those who use drugs by region of the state, including: health departments, low cost/free clinics, food pantries and community meals, housing, hepatitis treatment providers, syringe access programs, gastroenterology providers, buprenorphine/suboxone providers, medication assisted treatment … Continued
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This webpage provides links to medical treatment resources for those experiencing opioid use disorder, including managed care organizations that provide coordinated care, crisis resources, and other treatment options.
The Community Toolbox includes step-by-step guidance for organizations to build community, including assessment, intervention, and evaluation of change. It also contains information about how to build stakeholder investment in projects, leadership and management strategies, advocacy, and cultural competency, among other … Continued
NC Disease Event Tracking and Epidemiologic Collection Tool – NC DETECT is a syndromic surveillance system that uses EMS, emergency department, urgent care, and Poison Control data to track a variety of illnesses, including opioid misuse.
This dashboard contains opioid data, as well as the NC Action Plan for addressing opioid overdoses in the state via the integration and visualization of state- and county-level metrics.
ODMAP tracks both fatal and nonfatal opioid overdoses nationally through jurisdictions uploading their real-time data into the system. Many county police departments, public health agencies, and other organizations in North Carolina participate in the program.
NCDHHS Injury and Violence Prevention Branch – Poisoning Data tracks deaths, hospitalizations, and emergency department visits due to poisoning, including medication and drug poisoning.
Tracking the Opioid Epidemic – Policy Map developed county-level data mapping for opioid dispensation, use, and misuse nationally using data from 2016.