Opioid Overdose Deaths 2016


Nonfatal Overdose Hospital Treated 2016

Prescribing Practices Opioid Prescriptions 2016

Hospitalization Rate for Opioid Use Disorder

Find additional statewide data, analyses, resources and prevention practices on the Minnesota Department of Health Opioid Dashboard

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There’s more to life than chasing a high. Help is just a click away. Use the Minnesota Fast-Tracker to find an appropriate treatment option nearest you: https://t.co/49BbvJJJ24 #RecoveryIsReal https://t.co/0duxCGMEO3

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$1.5 million in grants target opioids in rural northern Minnesota https://t.co/q2hLWdMyOA https://t.co/Z6dgbPBvqs

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Know the Dangers2 days ago

Look out for your loved ones. Friends and family are being put on the front line with the current opioid crisis. It’s important to know how to recognize signs of opioid misuse and how to respond to an overdose. This is about all of us....

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Know the Dangers2 days ago

"At the beginning of the opioid epidemic, most overdose deaths involved heroin or prescription painkillers. But in the last few years, deaths involving synthetic opioids like fentanyl have dramatically increased. In Minnesota, there was an 82 percent increase in deaths involving synthetic opioids from 2016...

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Prescribed or not, if you become pregnant while using opioids, babies have 50 to 80 percent chance of being born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) and other possible birth defects. Be open with your doctor and use our bio link to find more resources.

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According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, people who identify as LGBTQ are significantly more likely to misuse opioids as compared to heterosexuals. This is often due to the high level of discrimination and victimization towards the community. We can all be...

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