Track Our Action Plan

Governor Gina Raimondo’s Overdose Prevention and Intervention Task Force Action Plan focuses on four strategies to prevent overdose and save lives. With this plan, Rhode Island will reduce overdose deaths by 1/3 in 3 years–that means saving hundreds of lives. The plan recommends evidence-based, impactful initiatives in the areas of treatment of addiction, reversal of overdose, prevention, and long-term recovery.

With this plan, Rhode Island will reduce overdose deaths
by 1/3 in 3 years – that means saving hundreds of lives.

Here’s how we plan to do it:

Note: 2017 numbers are provisional and subject to change

Note: Data last updated May 17th
Note: Most overdose deaths are confirmed within 3 months; however, sometimes toxicology test results take longer to confirm.

Most Recent Data (RIDOH)
More Overdose Data


Note: Data updated monthly
Note: 2017 data does not include patients dispensed buprenorphine at state Centers of Excellence
Source (Rhode Island PDMP)
Source (BHDDH)
More Treatment Data


Note: Data updated quarterly
Note: The number of naloxone kits distributed may be under-reported and is subject to change
Note: Data includes naloxone kits distributed by all privately owned pharmacies, the Rhode Island Department of Corrections, Dept of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals (BHDDH), hospital Emergency Departments (EDs) and pharmacies, the Providence Veterans Affairs (VA) pharmacy, the Preventing Overdose and Naloxone Intervention (PONI) program at The Miriam Hospital, and other community-based organizations

Source (RIDOH) More Naloxone Data


Note: Data updated annually
Source (Rhode Island PDMP)


Note: Data updated quarterly
Source (ANCHOR) Source (BHDDH)