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Find nonjudgmental harm reduction services near you. You can find sterile syringe providers, treatment, and naloxone, the drug that is used to reverse opioid overdoses.
Michigan Overdose Data to Action Dashboard
MDHHS has launched an interactive data dashboard to highlight current trends in drug overdoses among Michigan residents and monitor the use of overdose prevention and substance use disorder treatment services. The new dashboard provides the most current data available on fatal and nonfatal overdoses in Michigan through a variety of data visualizations, including graphs, charts and maps.
If you or a loved one are in need of opioid addiction treatment, we have resources to help. Click the button below to find more information on the Drug Abuse Hotline, list of treatment facilities and other resources.
Opioids Epidemic by the Numbers
Deaths from Drug Overdoses
in 2018. More Michiganders died from drug overdoses than car accidents in 2018.
Rate Increase in Opioid Overdose Deaths since 1999
From 1999-2021, deaths from opioid overdoses increased from 118 deaths to 2,809 deaths.
Prescriptions for Opioids
filled in 2020.