Opioid Awareness Maps is a configuration of ArcGIS Pro that can be used by public health and safety staff to produce overdose and death maps used to communicate the severity of the opioid epidemic. Ultimately, overdose and death maps can be assembled in to an Opioid Awareness story map and used as a foundation for many opioid response activities.
Opioid Awareness Maps includes a series of tasks to import existing incident data or geocode new incident data; aggregate overdose and death information; and share a series of reporting layers with key stakeholders. In cases where incident information only exists in hardcopy medical examiner and public safety reports, Opioid Awareness Maps can be used to automate this information and create awareness maps for their community.
To deploy Opioid Awareness Maps with the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool requires specific software.
Solution deployment and map authoring
GIS service hosting
When you download Opioid Awareness Maps, you'll find the following files:
|OpioidAwarenessMaps.ppkx||An ArcGIS Pro project package used to create, aggregate, and share opioid incident data.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Opioid Awareness Maps.