Data-Driven Strategies: Using ODMAP Data to Target Prevention Activities

This program briefly highlights the Alliance for Prevention and Wellness (APW) use of Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP) data to target a broad range of substance use prevention and education activities to ZIP codes with the highest rate of overdoses.

The Overdose Detection and Mapping Program (ODMAP) is a free, Web-based platform designed to support the collection and surveillance of suspected fatal and nonfatal overdoses. Overdose data is linked to a national map to support strategic analysis. Access to near-real time data can help communities mobilize prevention and intervention responses.

  • Topics:
    • Project: Opioid
    • Health
  • Resource Type:
  • Organizational Author:
    • External

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