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Evidence-Based Strategies for Preventing Opioid Overdose: What’s Working in the United States (An introduction for public heath, law enforcement, local organizations, and others striving to serve their community)

Evidence based strategies for preventing opioid overdose. Go to guide.

This document is to assist community leaders, local and regional organizers, non-profit groups, law enforcement, public health, and members of the public in understanding and navigating effective strategies to prevent opioid overdose in their communities.

Author
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Publication Language
English
Year of Publication
2018
Format

Last Updated Date: 

4/2/19

Publication ID: 

330233