A new landscape map and analysis created by the University of Michigan show demographic information with a connection to opioid use disorder, examining data such as unemployment rates, annual income, opioid-related hospitalizations, and physical and mental health and well-being.
“This tool will allow us, and other organizations, to focus our programs, education and resources on the counties that need them most. This new landscape map is a helpful next step in reducing the impact of the opioid crisis,” said Chad Brummett, co-director of both OPEN and the U-M Opioid Research Institute.
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Written by Cole Dzubak