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Make faster, more effective decisions about the opioid epidemic in your community

As the number of opioid-related overdoses continues to climb, government agencies and departments are finding that their most effective response is twofold: raise public awareness about the problem and respond faster with collaborative programs that meet the needs of their community. Location is the key. With a set of location-based strategies, government departments and community organizations can find the common threads that help them coordinate efforts and deploy resources when and where they are needed most. 

Location intelligence is the most effective foundation for battling the opioid crisis

Learn how you can use a geographic information system (GIS) to organize data, collect new data in real-time, analyze and communicate findings, and deploy tactics and allocate resources.

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Learn how other communities are using a location-based approach to address the opioid epidemic.