Overdoses Continue to Rise in Maine, Naloxone Being Used More Frequently

 

Jayna Smith
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Overdoses are again on the rise in Maine, according to a report recently released by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine.  (View the full report by visiting tinyurl.com/mainedrugdata.)

The report analyzed data from January to May, showing nearly 800 nonfatal overdoses each of those months.  In 2021, during the same period, there were approximately 660 nonfatal overdoses.

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