DOSE Dashboard: Nonfatal Overdose Data
Updated March 6, 2023
The nonfatal drug overdose data on this dashboard come from CDC’s Drug Overdose Surveillance and Epidemiology (DOSE) system, which captures electronic health record information in syndromic surveillance systems.
This dashboard represents the most up-to-date data that the CDC’s DOSE system has available and is updated shortly after new data are made available each month. Currently, 47 states and the District of Columbia share data with DOSE, and states that do not share these data are labeled “data not available” or “unfunded state.”
- Download a datasetwith all available percent change estimates.
- Read more About DOSE, including case definitions and archived reports.
- Select a drug: Click on the box to select from a drop–down list of options.
- Select a state: Click on the box or the map to view overdose data by a specific state or overall.
- Compare month/year: Click on the box to select whether to compare by month or by year.
- Select timeframe for comparison: Use the date slider to select the adjacent month (e.g., February 2022 compared to January 2022) or previous year for comparison (e.g., January 2022 compared to January 2021).
- All visualizations will responsively adjust to your selections, including the summary data points; map; state table beneath the map; and changes over the past 6 months overall and by state, sex, and age. Use the reset button above the map to clear any state selections; refresh the page to clear all selections.
- Learn more about how to use this dashboard.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Drug Overdose Surveillance and Epidemiology (DOSE) System. Atlanta, GA: US Department of Health and Human Services, CDC; [INSERT YEAR, MONTH, DAY]. Access at: https://www.cdc.gov/drugoverdose/nonfatal/dashboard