Maryland’s Office of Overdose Response
Maryland’s Office of Overdose Response promotes collaboration across all state and local agencies working to address substance use and overdose in the state. Learn more here.
Learn more here: StopOverdose.maryland.gov/about.
Negative attitudes toward substance use can discourage individuals from seeking help. Understanding that addiction is a treatable health condition can reduce stigma and empower individuals to reach out for support. Learn more about stigma. For help, call or text 988.
Community Town Halls
Maryland’s Office of Overdose Response is visiting each of Maryland’s 24 local jurisdictions to hear directly from community members about how we can do more to address the overdose crisis. See a full list of upcoming town halls and summaries of previous events here: stopoverdose.maryland.gov/town-halls/.
Overdose Data Dashboard
See the latest, publicly available data on overdose trends in Maryland on our Overdose Data Dashboard. stopoverdose.maryland.gov/dashboard/.
Remove the Risk
Visit stopoverdose.maryland.gov/remove-the-risk/ to learn more.
Prescription opioids may not be right for everyone. Visit stopoverdose.maryland.gov/talktoyourdoctor to learn more