Jeremiah Lindemann

Jeremiah Lindemann supports local government customers as a Solution Engineer at Esri. He has advocated for greater awareness of the Opioid Epidemic since losing his little brother JT more than ten years ago. He combines his career knowledge of mapping solutions and the ArcGIS platform to help deploy data-driven solutions to this complex socioeconomic problem. He coordinates monthly webcasts with local governments to map various datasets around the opioid epidemic via the Opioid Mapping Initiative. He created the Celebrating Lost Loved Ones map that the National Safety Council now hosts to help humanize the response to this crisis.

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ArcGIS Solutions Helps Communities Assist People Experiencing Homelessness

ArcGIS Solutions has been developed to assist communities dealing with homelessness.

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COVID-19: Tempe Tests Wastewater to Provide Early Warnings

The city of Tempe, Arizona added the ability to test coronavirus bio markers in wastewater to provide advance warning about COVID-19 spikes.

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Locating America’s Opioid Crisis—Without the Stigma of Addiction

NEXT Distro practices harm reduction by connecting people with substance use disorders to clean supplies and resources.

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Tempe, Ariz., Maps and Monitors Opioid Use

Tempe teams with researchers and first responders to provide near real-time data on drug use in order to combat the opioid epidemic.

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