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About Martin County

According to the Florida Medical Examiner’s Office for the 19th Circuit, in 2023, 30 people died of an Opioid related death in Martin County. This is a decrease of 49% from 2022 and a decrease of 63% from 2020. Although the number has decreased, we recognize that the number of individuals in our County whose lives have been impacted by an overdose death or someone experiencing an Opioid Use Disorder is prolific.

Martin County Human Services Department has received funding that will continue for 18 years in an effort to abate the impact of Opioid related deaths and reduce the number even more.

It is our hope these funds will help to not only continue and reduce deaths, but reduce substance abuse, and the negative consequences that stem from those experiencing a substance use disorder.

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Data Dashboard

Explore interactive data on the Florida Department of Health's Substance Use Dashboard, featuring annual and quarterly data for various substance use indicators through maps and graphs.

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Support Resources

View a list of resources that are available to provide assistance and address the harmful impacts caused by opioids.