A National Program at Work in Mississippi

ODfree.org is a program administered by the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) and supported by a federal grant initiative funded by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The purpose of the program, called Overdose Data to Action (OD2A), is to collect comprehensive and timely data on nonfatal and fatal overdoses as a means to inform OD prevention and response efforts nationwide. MSPHI is proud to bring the benefits of this program to the state of Mississippi.

The opioid epidemic in particular has had a profound effect on the citizens of Mississippi in relation to overdose deaths, economic impact, and behavioral health.

Data on this website is provided by the Mississippi Opioid and Heroin Data Collaborative (MOHDC), a multiagency partnership among the Mississippi State Department of Health, (MSDH), Mississippi Department of Mental Health, (DMH), Mississippi Board of Pharmacy Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP), and the Mississippi Department of Public Safety Bureau of Narcotics (MBN). The Mississippi Opioid And Heroin Data Collaborative was formed for the purpose of disseminating timely provisional data on nonfatal and fatal overdoses, prescribing patterns, drug-related criminal activity, and naloxone administrations by EMS providers as a means of driving drug-related prevention and response efforts across Mississippi.

Explore this website for important information you can use to prevent drug overdoses in Mississippi.

The Mississippi Opiod & Heroin Data Collection

Program Partners

Mississippi State Department of Health
Mississippi Department of Mental Health
Mississippi Prescription Monitoring Program
State of Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics
Mississippi Public Health Institute