Oneida County Opioid Task Force announces launch of its new “Save a Life” campaign
2 Fatal and 5 Non-Fatal Overdoses Occurred on June 2
More than 50 Overdoses Have Occurred in May
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Oneida County Overdose Response Team Issues Overdose Spike Alert
Aims to Reduce Overdose Deaths at Least 10% by End of Year
The Oneida County Opioid Task Force has issued a “Call to Action” with the goal of reducing overdose deaths in the county by at least 10% by the end of 2022.
The “Call to Action” was delivered by Opioid Task Force Chairs County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr., Sheriff Robert M. Maciol and District Attorney Scott D. McNamara at the group’s meeting late last month.
The Oneida County Overdose Response Team (ORT) is again raising awareness of fentanyl-contaminated stimulants in the local drug supply in response to a recent U.S.
Using ODMAP data to identify hots spots, Oneida County through its Public Health Department collaborates with ACR Health & Upstate Family Health Center to expand mobile street engagement efforts to provide on-demand, same-day access to buprenorphine medication and harm reduction services for people with substance use disorder.