1. Promoting advanced analytic tools: Texas trained local health departments, hospitals, and law enforcement agencies to use advanced analytic tools to examine opioid surveillance data and identify opioid overdose hot spots for targeted action.
2. Supporting mothers in recovery: Baylor College of Medicine in Texas identified and connected high-risk pregnant and postpartum women to services and developed online and in-person trainings for obstetrics and gynecology providers.
Funded Awards: Overdose Data to Action, Public Health & Public Safety