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The Drug Overdose and Technical Assistance Core (DOTAC) promotes the integration of state and local drug overdose prevention resources, interventions, and capacity building, which is critical for developing effective and organized response efforts on the local, regional, and state levels.

DOTAC supports local health departments, community coalitions, and state and local agencies in their efforts to address substance misuse, abuse, and overdose.

DOTAC staff members collaborate with communities to increase access to local drug-related data results, timely analytical results, and drug overdose prevention resources including controlled substance prescribing data results, drug-related injury and fatality trends, and community-based program development and capacity building.

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Data Request

To submit a data request, click below to send an email request. Please include all pertinent information for the request. Data requests typically take up to two weeks to complete. We will contact you at the email address you provided to confirm we have received your request and with any additional questions. 

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Recent Program Resources

Summary of Unintentional and Undetermined Intent Drug Overdose Deaths in Kentucky – 2019

An infographic of unintentional and undetermined intent drug overdose deaths in Kentucky for 2019, produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.

Community Data Summit: Kentucky Drug Overdose Deaths in 2020

This data summit examines the patterns and trends in drug overdose deaths in Kentucky in 2020. Specifically, addressing the drug types involved in drug overdose deaths and the age groups that were most impacted. The summit is presented by Meghan Steel and Madison Liford.

KyOD2A Happenings: Volume 2, Issue 1

Produced by KIPRC, KyOD2A Happenings is a quarterly newsletter to share information about drug overdose prevention research, community initiatives, data reports, and resources that are relevant to Kentucky.