1. Engaging community organizations: New Hampshire invested in community-based organizations that help provide infectious disease prevention education, naloxone access, and linkages to treatment for individuals with opioid use disorder.
2. Understanding the drug supply: New Hampshire improved real-time surveillance of emerging drug trends and overdose hotspots by collaborating with private labs to conduct comprehensive toxicology testing on suspected overdose substances.
Funded Awards: Overdose Data to Action, Public Health & Public Safety