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Settlement Data

State and Local Data Available for Guiding Settlement Investments

  • The Michigan Overdose Data to Action (MODA) Dashboard highlights current trends in drug overdoses among Michigan residents and monitors the use of overdose prevention and substance use disorder treatment services. The 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. 
  • The Michigan Overdose Data to Action (MODA) Dashboard also houses The Substance Use Vulnerability Index (MI-SUVI). The MI-SUVI is a measure of vulnerability to individual and community adverse substance use outcomes. The MI-SUVI provides vulnerability rankings at the county and zip code levels, which makes it an excellent tool for planning and policy decision making. To access MI-SUVI data, got to the MODA Dashboard and select "Vulnerability Index" from the drop down menu under "Explore Data" on the left-hand pane of the dashboard.
  • Data from the county level is available within the “Public Use Dataset EMS Responses to Probable Opioid Overdose”, which can be found under “Overdose Reports” at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Opioids webpage.
  • Data can also be found through the Michigan Substance Use Disorder Data Repository (SUDDR) and the associated dashboard at SUDDR Overdose Death Data Visualizations.
  • Suspected fatal overdoses and emergency medical services naloxone administration data are viewable by county on the System for Opioid Overdose Surveillance (SOS) through the University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center.
  • Some areas of the state utilize the Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP), which allows for near real-time tracking of fatal and non-fatal overdoses, as well as naloxone administration by public health and public safety.
  • Wayne State University’s School of Social Work Center for Behavioral Health and Justice also provides a dashboard to view a customizable information on multiple topics including, behavioral health, public health, criminal justice, housing, demographic and other data at the county level.

Data and information also can be accessed through local communities within health departments, prevention coalitions, harm reduction providers, behavioral health providers, recovery support providers and other groups. Needs assessments, landscape analyses, gap inventories, reports, briefs, strategic plans and action plans are examples of additional information.



Monitoring and Reporting of State Investments

Data and reports will be added to this section as they become available. 2023 was the first year of opioid settlement fund spending. The 2023 fiscal year ends on September 30th, 2023 and annual reports for activities completed during the fiscal year are expected to be completed by December 31st, 2023.