MODA Community functions similarly to a social network, connecting people across Michigan who are taking action against the opioid overdose crisis. This is a space to share information, learn from one another, and stay connected. The goal is to cultivate relationships and share best practices and information within the prevention space, so that everyone can remain engaged and informed.
Programs and strategies at a glance.
A toolkit for stimulant medication misuse prevention.
A compilation of data sources developed for epidemiologists, researchers, practitioners, and others in the substance misuse prevention field who provide guidance or technical assistance to support communities seeking to address the non-medical use of prescription drugs
Parent and Community Alert
This fact sheet goes over the prevalence and consequences of prescription drug use among college students.
Drug overdoses are preventable. The growing overdose crisis, particularly among people from racial and ethnic minority groups, requires tailored prevention and treatment efforts. It’s time to identify and address cultural, economic, and structural factors that increase risk for overdose and prevent certain groups from getting and staying in treatment and recovery. Tailored prevention and treatment efforts should be designed to restore optimal health for all.