Safe Station by the numbers: May stats show overdoses are up, but fatalities are down

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MANCHESTER, NH – The total combined opioid ODs for May 2018 in the state’s two largest cities of Nashua and Manchester were 82 with 4 of those being fatalities and 0 additional fatalities pending toxicology confirmation.

Fatalities are now down in both cities in the last 365 days.

NOTABLE SUMMARY FOR MAY 2018

  • Manchester ODs are up 11 percent in the last 365 days
  • Manchester OD deaths are down 26 percent in the last 365 days
  • Nashua ODs are up 9 percent in the last 365 days
  • Nashua OD deaths are down 2 percent in the last 365 days
  • People have now used a Nashua or Manchester Safe Station for access to help over 5,200 times

NASHUA

  • For the month of May 2018 there were 26 opioid ODs
  • For the month of May 2018 there was 1 confirmed opioid death and 0 pending toxicology confirmation
  • 2018 YTD there have been 144 opioid ODs in Nashua
  • 2018 YTD there have been 13 opioid related deaths in Nashua and 3 additional pending toxicology confirmation
  • Through the end of May 2018, the Nashua Safe Station program has been accessed 1,791 times since it began on Nov 17, 2016

MANCHESTER

  • For the month of May 2018 there were 56 opioid ODs
  • For the month of May 2018 there were 3 confirmed opioid deaths and 0 pending toxicology confirmation
  • 2018 YTD there have been 274 opioid ODs in Manchester.
  • 2018 YTD there have been 20 opioid related deaths in Manchester and 0 pending toxicology confirmation
  • Through April 30, 2018, the Manchester Safe Station program has been accessed 3,445 times since it began on May 4, 2016.

Below: Manchester Statistics – 4 pages


Below: Nashua Statistics – 4 pages