Data Index


Index of Data Sources

The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) is a survey that is administered across the United States by the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to adults ages 18+. Through a telephone survey it collects data regarding health-related risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and use of preventive services. Each year BRFSS conducts more than 400,000 adult interviews. Use the following link to explore the 2019 BRFSS Survey Data and Documentation. The primary contact for data requests is Melissa Damren, Maine BRFSS Coordinator: melissa.damren@maine.gov

The Office of the Maine Attorney General provides naloxone to over 116 local, county, and state law enforcement agencies serving all 16 counties of the state. The overdose reversal data is self-reported by participating officers and departments in the OAG program. The primary contact to administer naloxone through this program is Brian MacMaster, Chief of Investigations, Office of the Maine Attorney General: brian.macmaster@maine.gov. The primary contact for data requests is Marcella Sorg, Director, Rural Drug & Alcohol Research Program, Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, University of Maine: mhsorg@maine.edu

The Department of Health and Human Services reports annually on the activities of all hypodermic apparatus exchange programs operating in the State of Maine. The report consists of data from November through October of the previous calendar year and data are reported to the Maine CDC from the licensed Syringe Service Programs operating in Maine. Use the following link to download the 2019 Syringe Service Programs in Maine Annual Report. The primary contact for data requests is Lauren Gauthier, Infectious Disease Prevention Director, Division of Disease Surveillance, Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention: lauren.gauthier@maine.gov

The Maine CDC Drug Overdose Morbidity and Mortality, and Opioid Prescribing Trends in Maine website consists of a series of dashboards that provide a multi-faceted view of the drug overdose crisis in Maine. Included are confirmed drug deaths by quarter, prescription opioid and benzodiazepine trends, and patient encounters in Maine emergency departments that Maine CDC classifies as suspected unintentional overdoses. This includes both fatal and nonfatal overdoses with various classes of drugs. Use the following link to explore the Maine CDC Syndromic Surveillance Dashboard. The primary contact for data requests is: syndromic@maine.gov

The Maine Department of Corrections (MDOC) Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) staff are responsible for the collection, analysis, and reporting of key MDOC performance measures. They promote data driven and evidence-based decision making and report data daily, monthly, and annually. Use the following link to explore MDOC Reports and Statistical Data. The primary contact for data requests is Joel Gilbert, Data & CQI Manager, Maine Department of Corrections: joel.gilbert@maine.gov

The Maine Drug Data Hub is a collaboration between several state departments, the Governor’s Office, the University of Maine and the Maine Overdose Data to Action program funded by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Hub aggregates state and community information and provides resources, data, and visualizations to inform Mainers about efforts to reduce the harm caused by drug use. Data is updated monthly, quarterly, and annually depending on data source reporting cadence. New data metrics are added as they become available. The primary contact for questions and requests is Daniel S. Soucier, Research Associate, Rural Drug & Alcohol Research Program, Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, University of Maine: daniel.s.soucier@maine.edu

The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency (MDEA) is the lead agency in Maine addressing drug trafficking. The MDEA provides annual data regarding drug-related arrests. Only drugs seized for criminal charges are listed and the data does not indicate what other drug or drugs may have been seized or found at the scene. For example, a drug arrest may have occurred for the sale of fentanyl but the individual may have also been in possession of methamphetamine. One limitation to this data set is that drug enforcement activities are resource dependent and resource driven. Thus, as more or less funds become available they are mobilized against emergent and high priority substance trafficking. MDEA data is an indicator of priority substances being targeted by law enforcement as well as an indicator of what substances are in the drug supply rather than an indicator of law enforcement activity. The primary contact for data requests is Roy E. McKinney, Director, MDEA: roy.e.mckinney@maine.gov

Maine EMS is a bureau within the Department of Public Safety. Maine EMS also contracts with regional partners in six defined Maine EMS regions to help oversee training, quality assurance, medical direction and EMS system operations. Maine EMS collects data from 293 licensed service providers located across the state of Maine. The primary contract for data requests is Darren Davis, Data Coordinator, Maine Emergency Medical Services: darren.w.davis@maine.gov

The Maine Naloxone Distribution Initiative (MNDI) began ordering and distributing state-purchased naloxone to community organizations, clinical sites, and end-users throughout the State of Maine to distribute free of charge. Data regarding naloxone orders, distribution, and successful opioid reversals are self-reported by four state contracted public health and harm reduction organizations and analyzed by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine. The primary contact for data requests is Marcella Sorg, Director, Rural Drug & Alcohol Research Program, Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, University of Maine: mhsorg@maine.edu

The Maine Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME), an office of the Maine Attorney General, investigates sudden, unexpected and violent deaths throughout the state. The OCME provides the citizens of Maine with comprehensive, scientific, forensic investigation of deaths that fall within the jurisdiction of the office. Drug death data is released on an annual, quarterly, and monthly basis regarding suspected and confirmed cases. The primary contact for data requests is Marcella Sorg, Director, Rural Drug & Alcohol Research Program, Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, University of Maine: mhsorg@maine.edu

The Office of Child and Family Services (OCFS) supports Maine’s children and their families by providing Children’s Development, Behavioral Health, & Child Welfare Services. OCFS reports data regarding child welfare, children’s behavioral health, and childhood education. Use the following link to explore the OCFS Key Measures Dashboard. The primary contact for data requests is Mandy Milligan, Office of Child and Family Services: mandy.milligan@maine.gov

The Maine Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) maintains a secure database that is implemented across the State of Maine to improve public health by providing data on controlled substance drug use information prior to providers prescribing or dispensing controlled substances. Data is submitted by Maine pharmacies, mail-service pharmacies, remote-dispensing pharmacies, and other dispensers including physicians and veterinarians. The primary contact for data requests is Jennifer Marlowe, PMP & IT Project Coordinator, Office of Behavioral Health: jennifer.marlowe@maine.gov

Maine Pretrial Services tracks data regarding Maine’s Co-Occuring Disorders Court, Family Treatment Drug Court, Adult Treatment Drug Court and other alternative sentencing programs. Data is reported to the Office of Behavioral Health and consists of program referrals, admissions, graduations, and discharges. The primary contact for data requests is info@mainepretrial.org.

Maine’s recovery data comes from several self-reporting organization including the Maine Association of Recovery Residences (MARR) and the Maine Recovery Hub. Data is reported through the Office of Behavioral Health. The primary contact for data requests is Michael Freysinger, Social Services Recovery Manager, Office of Behavioral Health: michael.freysinger@maine.gov

The Maine Statewide Epidemiology Outcome Workgroup (SEOW) provides data regarding substance misuse prevention planning. They provide data regarding substance misuse patterns and populations, establish substance abuse trends, detect emerging substances, and provide information for policy development and program planning. Use the following link to explore the Maine SEOW Dashboard. The primary contact for data requests is Tim Diomede, Research Analyst, Public Consulting Group: timothy.diomede@maine.gov

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) is a nationwide survey that provides information on tobacco, alcohol, and drug use, mental health and other health-related issues. Information from NSDUH is used to support prevention and treatment programs, monitor substance use trends, estimate the need for treatment and inform public health policy.

NSDUH defines Illicit Drugs as marijuana/hashish, cocaine (including base), heroin, hallucinogens, inhalants, or any prescription drug used non-medically. Dependence, misuse, or abuse definitions are taken from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and Serious Mental Illness is defined as a diagnosable mental, behavioral, or emotional disorder that meets the criteria found in the DSM and resulted in functional impairment that substantially interfered with or limited one or more major life activities.

Use the following link to explore the NSDUH website.

The Northern New England Poison Center (NNEPC) serves Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. The NNEPC provides free, 24-hour poison emergency and information help line, available at 1-800-222-1222, by online chat or by texting POISON to 85511. The NNEPC serves the general public as well as health care professionals. The drug categories from NNEPC are as follows: alcohol includes alcohol-containing substances such as mouth wash and rubbing alcohol; opioids includes buprenorphine, codeine, fentanyl and fentanyl analogs, heroin, Hydrocodone, hydromorphone, Meperidine (Demerol), methadone, morphine, Oxycodone, propoxyphene, stomach opioids, tramadol, and other/unknown opioids; stimulants/street drugs include amphetamine, caffeine tablets, cocaine, cocaine base (crack), dextroamphetamine, ecstasy, marijuana and other cannabis, methamphetamine, other/unknown stimulants/street drugs; These data are only reflective of cases in which the NNEPC was contacted for consultation. The primary contact for data requests is Colin Smith, Data Requests and Website Maintenance Admin, Northern New England Poison Center: smithc12@mmc.org

The Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program provides near real-time suspected overdose surveillance data across jurisdictions to support public safety and public health efforts to mobilize an immediate response to a sudden increase, or spike in overdose events. Public health and community organizations can sign up for spike alerts to be aware and educate their constituents regarding rapid increases in overdoses occurring within their communities if there is a participating public safety department employing the software locally. The primary contact for data requests and spike alerts is Sybil Mazerolle, Substance-Use Disorder Program Manager, Office of Behavioral Health: sybil.mazerolle@maine.gov

After each National Prescription Drug Take Back Day the U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration’s Diversion Control Division publishes the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Collection Results. The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for misuse of medications. Reports are published annually or semi-annually. Use the following link to access the DEA Diversion Website for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.


Maine Drug Data Hub Metric Summary Table

This data metric summary table provides an index of data metrics located on the hub as well as an at-a-glance look at each of the metrics being tracked on the Maine Drug Data Hub. The metrics are divided into the five focus areas of the Maine Overdose Response Strategic Action PlanLeadership, Prevention, Harm Reduction, Treatment, and Recovery and listed by strategy number. Metrics can also be searched by keyword and/or sorted by title, substance use/substance use disorder topic area, frequency data is released, current reported frequency, and year-to-date frequency. 

Hyperlinks are provided to direct users to metrics within the hub for further data exploration. Common keyword search terms include the following:

  • Naloxone
  • Overdose
  • OPTIONS
  • Interdiction
  • Prescription Drug Monitoring
  • Treatment
Metric Title (Click metric link to go to Hub section)SUD TopicFocus AreaStrategyCadenceRecent ReportNumberYTD Total
Admissions to Maine Department of Corrections for new sentences with a primary sentence for a drug crime for menInterdictionLeadership1.m; 13.a.Annually2021126126
Admissions to Maine Department of Corrections for new sentences with a primary sentence for a drug crime for womenInterdictionLeadership1.m; 13.a.Annually20212222
Admissions to Maine Department of Corrections for new sentences with a primary sentence for a drug crime all residentsInterdictionLeadership1.m; 13.a.Annually2021148148
Total Number of Recovery Community Centers in MaineCommunity ResourcesLeadership3.a.Annually20211717
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal OverdosesOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 202275716
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Androscoggin CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022972
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Aroostook CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022548
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Cumberland CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 202210130
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Franklin CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022114
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Hancock CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022424
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Kennebec CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022555
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Knox CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022320
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Lincoln CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022113
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Oxford CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022536
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Penobscot CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 20229106
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Piscataquis CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 202219
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Sagadahoc CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 202219
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Somerset CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022235
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Waldo CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022221
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Washington CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 2022423
Number of Monthly Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in York CountyOverdoseLeadership5.MonthlyDecember 202213
101
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in MaineOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022171328
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Androscoggin CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a30
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Aroostook CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a21
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Cumberland CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a64
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Franklin CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a9
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Hancock CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a8
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Kennebec CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a21
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Knox CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a8
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Lincoln CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a5
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Oxford CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a16
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Penobscot CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a52
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Piscataquis CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a4
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Sagadahoc CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a4
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Somerset CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a14
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Waldo CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a11
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in Washington CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a6
Number of Quarterly Confirmed Fatal Overdoses in York CountyOverdoseLeadership5.QuarterlyQuarter 2 2022n/a55
Number of Monthly Website Hits on the Maine Drug Data HubTransparency Leadership5.e; 5.f.MonthlyDecember 202256,213n/a due to data error
Number of Monthly Website Visitors on the Maine Drug Data HubTransparency Leadership5.e; 5.f.MonthlyDecember 20222,147n/a due to data error
Percent of ODMAP Entries Made Within 24 Hours of IncidentTimelinessLeadership5.h; 5.i.MonthlyNovember 202251%n/a
Office of Child and Family Services, Percent of Exits from Custody to ReunificationAdverse Childhood Experiences Prevention7.Annually202150%50%
Office of Child and Family Services, Rate of Substance Use as a Risk Factor at Removal in MaineAdverse Childhood Experiences Prevention7.Annually201950%50%
Office of Child and Family Services, Rate of Substance Use as a Risk Factor at Removal in the United StatesAdverse Childhood Experiences Prevention7.Annually201939%39%
Number of Law Enforcement Referrals to OPTIONS liaisons for Individuals with Problematic Substance UseOPTIONSPrevention7.g.MonthlyDecember 2022127n/a
Number of Individuals Admitted to Maine Adult Drug Treatment CourtsJudicialPrevention7.g.QuarterlyQuarter 4 202150128
Number of Individuals Graduated from Maine Adult Drug Treatment CourtsJudicialPrevention7.g.QuarterlyQuarter 4 20211249
Number of Individuals Involuntarily Terminated from Maine Adult Drug Treatment CourtsJudicialPrevention7.g.QuarterlyQuarter 4 20212250
Morphine Milligram Equivalents Prescribed in MainePrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.b; 12.c.QuarterlyQuarter 1 2022121,559,347121,559,347
Number of Opioid Prescriptions Prescribed in MainePrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.b; 12.c.QuarterlyQuarter 1 2022150,886150,886
Number of Patients Prescribed Opioids in MainePrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.b; 12.c.QuarterlyQuarter 1 202262,78662,786
Opiate Medication Prescriptions Issued Electronically in MainePrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.b; 12.c.Annually2021571,212571,212
Opiate Medication Prescriptions Issued Not-Electronically in MainePrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.b; 12.c.Annually202142,15742,157
Number of Benzodiazepine Prescriptions Prescribed in MainePrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.b; 12.c.QuarterlyQuarter 1 2022110,743110,743
Number of Patients Prescribed Benzodiazepines in MainePrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.b; 12.c.QuarterlyQuarter 1 202254,40554,405
Number of Stimulant Prescriptions Prescribed in MainePrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.b; 12.c.QuarterlyQuarter 1 202295,55995,559
Number of Patients Prescribed Stimulants in MainePrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.b; 12.c.QuarterlyQuarter 1 202237,28037,280
Clinical Alerts in the PMP for Opioid Medications Exceeding 100 Morphine Prescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.c; 12.fQuarterlyQuarter 4 202124,41869,164
Clinical Alerts in the PMP for a Patient with 5 or more Controlled Substance Prescriptions, or 5 or more Pharmacies within 30 daysPrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.c; 12.fQuarterlyQuarter 4 202100
Clinical Alerts in the PMP for Concurrent Opiate and Benzodiazepine PrescriptionPrescription Drug MonitoringPrevention12.a; 12.c; 12.fQuarterlyQuarter 4 202152,564191,053
Total Weight of Drug Collected in Maine during DEA Prescription Drug Take Back DaysPrescription DrugPrevention12.d.Semi-AnnuallyApril 202221,21621,216
Annual Grams of Heroin Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually20223636
Annual Grams of Fentanyl Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually202216,53216,532
Annual Grams of Cocaine and Crack Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually20223,1813,181
Annual Grams of Methamphetamine Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually202254,52754,527
Annual Number of Pharmaceutical Dosage Units (pills) Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually2022918918
Monthly Grams of Heroin Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.MonthlyDecember 2022036
Monthly Grams of Fentanyl Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.MonthlyDecember 20221,14116,532
Monthly Grams of Cocaine Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.MonthlyDecember 20221421,621
Monthly Grams of Crack Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.MonthlyDecember 2022371,560
Monthly Grams of Methamphetamine Seized by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.MonthlyDecember 20225,59454,527
Annual Arrests for Heroin by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually20225353
Annual Arrests for Fentanyl by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually2022229229
Annual Arrests for Cocaine and Crack by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually2022122122
Annual Arrests for Methamphetamine by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually20228181
Annual Arrests for Other Substances by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.Annually202200
Monthly Arrests for Heroin by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.MonthlyDecember 20220n/a
Monthly Arrests for Fentanyl by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.MonthlyDecember 20224n/a
Monthly Arrests for Cocaine and Crack by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.MonthlyDecember 20225n/a
Monthly Arrests for Methamphetamine by the Maine Drug Enforcement AgencyInterdictionPrevention13.a.MonthlyDecember 20225n/a
Monthly Drug Arrests in Maine Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.MonthlyNovember 202296510,722
Monthly Drug Arrests for Pharmaceutical Opioids in Maine Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.MonthlyNovember 2022243
Monthly Drug Arrests for Methamphetamine in Maine Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.MonthlyNovember 20221051,068
Monthly Drug Arrests for Heroin in Maine Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.MonthlyNovember 202214322
Monthly Drug Arrests for Fentanyl in Maine Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.MonthlyNovember 2022761,004
Monthly Drug Arrests for Cocaine and Crack in Maine Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.MonthlyNovember 202243373
Annual Drug Arrests in Androscoggin County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20211919
Annual Drug Arrests in Aroostook County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20213737
Annual Drug Arrests in Cumberland County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually2021117117
Annual Drug Arrests in Franklin County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20211212
Annual Drug Arrests in Hancock County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20213232
Annual Drug Arrests in Kennebec County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually2021137137
Annual Drug Arrests in Knox County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually202177
Annual Drug Arrests in Lincoln County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20213434
Annual Drug Arrests in Oxford County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20213939
Annual Drug Arrests in Penobscot County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20218282
Annual Drug Arrests in Piscataquis County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually202177
Annual Drug Arrests in Sagadahoc County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually202199
Annual Drug Arrests in Somerset County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20211010
Annual Drug Arrests in Waldo County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20211515
Annual Drug Arrests in Washington County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20211010
Annual Drug Arrests in York County Reported by the State Bureau of IdentificationInterdictionPrevention13.a; 13.b.Annually20214343
Monthly Number of Suspected and Confirmed Fatal Overdoses and Deduplicated Nonfatal OverdosesOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DMonthlyNovember 2022 6898,603
Monthly Number of Deduplicated Overdoses Reported by Emergency DepartmentsOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DMonthlyNovember 20222754,009
Monthly Number of EMS Response Calls Where Naloxone was Administered and the Patient was not TransportedOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DMonthlyNovember 20222052,524
Monthly Number of Overdose Reversals Reported by the Maine Naloxone Distribution Initiative Community PartnersOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DMonthlyNovember 202220022,002
Monthly Number of Overdose Reversals Reported by Law Enforcement in Cases where Maine EMS was not PresentOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DMonthlyNovember 2022768
Monthly EMS Incidents Requiring Naloxone AdministrationOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DMonthlyDecember 20221431,871
Annual EMS Incidents Requiring Naloxone AdministrationOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20221,8711,871
Monthly Number of EMS Overdose Response Call (All Drugs including Alcohol)OverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DMonthlyDecember 20221,10613,904
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Androscoggin CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually2021240240
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Aroostook CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20218484
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Cumberland CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually2021305305
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Franklin CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20213939
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Hancock CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20214444
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Kennebec CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually2021196196
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Knox CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20213030
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Lincoln CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20213434
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Oxford CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20218080
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Penobscot CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually2021262262
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Piscataquis CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20212020
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Sagadahoc CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20212626
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Somerset CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20218282
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Waldo CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20213939
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in Washington CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually20216262
Annual Number of EMS Response Calls Requiring Naloxone Administration in York CountyOverdoseHarm ReductionPriority DAnnually2021203203
Monthly Number of Naloxone Doses Distributed by OPTIONS LiaisonsNaloxoneHarm Reduction14.a.MonthlyDecember 2022432n/a
Monthly Number of Naloxone Doses Distributed by Maine EMS in the Leave-Behind ProgramNaloxoneHarm Reduction14.b.MonthlyDecember 202212120
Monthly Number of Naloxone Doses Distributed by Maine Naloxone Distribution InitiativeNaloxoneHarm Reduction15.a.MonthlyNovember 20229,868111,060
Monthly Number of Opioid Overdose Reversals Using State-Supplied Naloxone Reported by Maine Naloxone Distribution Initiative Community PartnersNaloxoneHarm Reduction15.a.MonthlyDecember 20222102213
Monthly Number of Trainings Conducted by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction17.a; 17.b.MonthlyDecember 20226451
Monthly Number of Attendees at OPTIONS trainingsOPTIONSHarm Reduction17.a; 17.b.MonthlyDecember 20221314966
Quarterly Suspected Emergency Department Drug Overdoses, Fatal and NonfatalOverdoseHarm Reduction17.a; 17.b.QuarterlyQuarter 2 20221,1852,285
Annual Number of Syringes Distributed at Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually20212,375,1932,375,193
Annual Number of Syringes Collected at Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually20211,743,3961,743,396
Annual Number of Syringes Distributed and Collected Combined at Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually20214,118,5894,118,589
Annual Number of Exchange Events at Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually202120,39120,391
Total Number of Enrollees in Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually20215,4035,403
Annual Number of New Enrollees in Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually20211,9561,956
Annual Number of Referrals to Primary Care made by Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually2021180180
Annual Number of Referrals to STD Clinics made by Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually2021105105
Annual Number of Referrals to HIV Testing made by Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually2021226226
Annual Number of Referrals to Hepatitis Testing made by Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually2021269269
Annual Number of Referrals to Substance-Use Disorder Treatment made by Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually2021390390
Annual Number of Referrals to Housing made by Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually2021233233
Annual Number of Referrals to Services made by Syringe Access ProgramsSyringe AccessHarm Reduction17.e; 17.f.Annually20215,8415,841
Clients Referred to OPTIONS Liaisons who are Stably HousedOPTIONSHarm Reduction18.a.MonthlyDecember 20221081,039
Clients Referred to OPTIONS Liaisons who are Unstably HousedOPTIONSHarm Reduction18.a.MonthlyDecember 20221401,135
Clients Referred to OPTIONS Liaisons who are Experiencing HomelessnessOPTIONSHarm Reduction18.a.MonthlyDecember 2022771,015
Percentage of Clients Referred to OPTIONS Liaisons who are Stably Housed, Project-to-DateOPTIONSHarm Reduction18.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a35%
Percentage of Clients Referred to OPTIONS Liaisons who are Unstably Housed, Project-to-DateOPTIONSHarm Reduction18.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a34%
Percentage of Clients Referred to OPTIONS Liaisons who are Experiencing Homelessness, Project-to-DateOPTIONSHarm Reduction18.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a31%
Percentage of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Law EnforcementOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a60%
Percentage of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Treatment ProvidersOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a12%
Percentage of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Affected OthersOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a13%
Percentage of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Other LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a2%
Percentage of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Recovery CoachesOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a4%
Percentage of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Emergency DepartmentsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a3%
Percentage of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Maine Emergency Medical ServicesOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a<1%
Percentage of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by FirefightersOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a<1%
Percentage of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by OtherOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022n/a6%
Number of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Law EnforcementOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 20221271,604
Number of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Treatment ProvidersOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 202232305
Number of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Affected OthersOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 202232302
Number of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Other LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022064
Number of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Recovery CoachesOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 20226102
Number of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Emergency DepartmentsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022572
Number of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by Maine Emergency Medical ServicesOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022110
Number of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by FirefightersOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 202203
Number of Proactive Referrals to OPTIONS Liaisons by OtherOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 20222160
Monthly Number of Client Referrals to Substance-Use Disorder Treatment made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 20221201,048
Monthly Number of Client Referrals to Community-Based Recovery Supports made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 20221751,248
Monthly Number of Client Referrals to Syringe Access Programs made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 202258390
Monthly Number of Client Referrals to Infectious Disease Testing made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 202253386
Monthly Number of Client Referrals to MaineMOM made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022135
Monthly Number of Client Referrals to Patient Navigators made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 20221296
Monthly Number of Client Referrals to Rapid Induction of Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) at the Emergency Room made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 2022539
Monthly Number of Client Referrals to a Continuing Source of Naloxone made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSHarm Reduction20.a.MonthlyDecember 202285946
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers that Suffer from Substance-Use DisorderPrevalenceTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.64%8.64%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers in the Aroostook Public Health District that Suffer from Substance-Use DisorderPrevalenceTreatmentPriority GAnnually20197.53%7.53%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers in the Central Public Health District that Suffer from Substance-Use DisorderPrevalenceTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.22%8.22%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers in the Cumberland Public Health District that Suffer from Substance-Use DisorderPrevalenceTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.71%8.71%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers in the Downiest Public Health District that Suffer from Substance-Use DisorderPrevalenceTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.08%8.08%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers in the Midcoast Public Health District that Suffer from Substance-Use DisorderPrevalenceTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.43%8.43%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers in the Penquis Public Health District that Suffer from Substance-Use DisorderPrevalenceTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.39%8.39%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers in the Western Public Health District that Suffer from Substance-Use DisorderPrevalenceTreatmentPriority GAnnually20199.79%9.79%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers in the York Public Health District that Suffer from Substance-Use DisorderPrevalenceTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.82%8.82%
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for Any SubstanceTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually201922,08022,080
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of AlcoholTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually20192,8052,805
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of AmphetaminesTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually201900
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of CannibasTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually2019488488
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of CocaineTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually2019412412
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Drug-Induced Mental DisordersTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually201900
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of HallucinogensTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually201999
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of InhalentsTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually201900
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of NicotineTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually20192121
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of OpioidsTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually201915,70415,704
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of Other Drugs/UnknownTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually201900
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of Non-Cocaine, non-Amphetamine StimulantsTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually2019348348
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for Multiple Psychoactive SubstancesTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually2019206206
The Number of MaineCare Claims Submitted for Substance-Use Disorder for the Primary Substance of Sedatives/Hypnotics/Anxiolytics/Tranquilizers/BarbituatesTreatment ClaimsTreatmentPriority GAnnually20196868
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers with a Substance-Use Disorder that did not Receive TreatmentTreatment NeedTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.04%8.04%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers with a Substance-Use Disorder that did not Receive Treatment in the Aroostook Public Health DistrictTreatment NeedTreatmentPriority GAnnually20196.98%6.98%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers with a Substance-Use Disorder that did not Receive Treatment in the Central Public Health DistrictTreatment NeedTreatmentPriority GAnnually20197.83%7.83%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers with a Substance-Use Disorder that did not Receive Treatment in the Cumberland Public Health DistrictTreatment NeedTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.3%8.3%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers with a Substance-Use Disorder that did not Receive Treatment in the Downeast Public Health DistrictTreatment NeedTreatmentPriority GAnnually20197.35%7.35%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers with a Substance-Use Disorder that did not Receive Treatment in the Midcoast Public Health DistrictTreatment NeedTreatmentPriority GAnnually20197.76%7.76%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers with a Substance-Use Disorder that did not Receive Treatment in the Penquis Public Health DistrictTreatment NeedTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.04%8.04%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers with a Substance-Use Disorder that did not Receive Treatment in the Western Public Health DistrictTreatment NeedTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.78%8.78%
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health's Estimated Percentage of Mainers with a Substance-Use Disorder that did not Receive Treatment in the York Public Health DistrictTreatment NeedTreatmentPriority GAnnually20198.02%8.02%
The Number of Pregnant or Postpartum Women Referred to the Maine Maternal Opioid Model program by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSTreatment21.b.MonthlyDecember 2022135
The Number of Babies Born in Maine that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually2021808808
The Number of Babies Born in Androscoggin County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually2021169169
The Number of Babies Born in Aroostook County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20218888
The Number of Babies Born in Cumberland County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20219898
The Number of Babies Born in Franklin County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually202188
The Number of Babies Born in Hancock County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20211414
The Number of Babies Born in Kennebec County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20215757
The Number of Babies Born in Knox County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20212626
The Number of Babies Born in Lincoln County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20212424
The Number of Babies Born in Oxford County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20214848
The Number of Babies Born in Penobscot County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20217474
The Number of Babies Born in Piscataquis County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20211616
The Number of Babies Born in Sagadahoc County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20211111
The Number of Babies Born in Somerset County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20214343
The Number pf Babies Born in Waldo County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20213232
The Number of Babies Born in Washington County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20213939
The Number of Babies Born in York County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20216161
The Percentage of Babies Born in Maine that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20218.2%8.2%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Androscoggin County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually202115.1%15.1%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Aroostook County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually202113.6%13.6%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Cumberland County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20213.4%3.4%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Franklin County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20213.5%3.5%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Hancock County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20213.8%3.8%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Kennebec County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20215.2%5.2%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Knox County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20219.4%9.4%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Lincoln County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20219.5%9.5%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Oxford County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually202110.7%10.7%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Penobscot County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20215.7%5.7%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Picataquis County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually202112.1%12.1%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Sagadahoc County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20213.6%3.6%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Somerset County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20219.4%9.4%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Waldo County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20219.2%9.2%
The Percentage of Babies Born in Washington County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually202114.2%14.2%
The Percentage of Babies Born in York County that are Substance Exposed/AffectedSubstance Exposed/Affected InfantsTreatment21.c; 21.d.Annually20213.3%3.3%
The dispensation of medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD)MOUD TreatmentTreatment22.a.Annually2021143,270143,270
The dispensation of Buprenorphine as medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD)MOUD TreatmentTreatment22.a.Annually2021127,809127,809
The dispensation of Methadone as medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD)MOUD TreatmentTreatment22.a.Annually202115,46115,461
The Number of Buprenorphine Patients Reported in the Maine Prescription Drug Monitoring Program MOUD TreatmentTreatment22.a.MonthlyNovember 202214,136n/a
The Monthly Census of Patients Receiving Methadone Treatment MOUD TreatmentTreatment22.a.MonthlyNovember 20224,661n/a
The Monthly Number of Referrals to Rapid MOUD Induction at Emergency Departments by OPTIONS LiaisonsMOUD Treatment; OPTIONSTreatment22.c.MonthlyNovember 2022533
Number of Department of Corrections Residents Completing MOUD while IncarceratedMOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually2019115115
Percentage of Department of Corrections Residents Attending Community Treatment Post IncarcerationMOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually201984%84%
Percentage of Department of Corrections Residents Released from Department of Corrections' MOUD Programs Receiving Naloxone at ReleaseNaloxone; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually2020100%100%
Total Number of Department of Corrections Residents Assessed as Having a Substance-Use Disorder Treatment NeedMOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually2020613613
Number of Male Department of Corrections Residents Assessed as Having a Substance-Use Disorder Treatment NeedMOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually2020554554
Number of Female Department of Corrections Residents Assessed as Having a Substance-Use Disorder Treatment NeedMOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually20205959
Total Number of Department of Corrections Residents Transitioned to the Community with a Treatment ProviderMOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually2020532532
Number of Male Department of Corrections Residents Transitioned to the Community with a Treatment ProviderMOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually2020442442
Number of Female Department of Corrections Residents Transitioned to the Community with a Treatment ProviderMOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually20209090
Total Number of Department of Corrections Residents in Active Treatment at the End of 2020MOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually2020186186
Number of Male Department of Corrections Residents in Active Treatment at the End of 2020MOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually2020169169
Number of Female Department of Corrections Residents in Active Treatment at the End of 2020MOUD Treatment; CorrectionsTreatment22.d.Annually20201717
Number of Individuals in Department of Correction's Custody that Completed Substance Use Disorder ProgramingCorrectionsTreatmentPriority G.Annually20201,2081,208
Number of Men in Department of Correction's Custody that Completed Substance Use Disorder ProgramingCorrectionsTreatmentPriority G.Annually2020945945
Number of Women in Department of Correction's Custody that Completed Substance Use Disorder ProgramingCorrectionsTreatmentPriority G.Annually2020263263
Number of Referrals to Community-Based Treatment Made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSTreatment24.dMonthlyDecember 20221201,083
Percentage of OPTIONS Clients Referred to Community-Based Treatment that Attended Their First Appointment, Project-to-DateOPTIONSTreatment24.dMonthlyDecember 202277%87%
Number of Individuals Who Graduated from Adult Treatment Court ProgramsJudicial; PretrialRecovery29.a.QuarterlyQ4 20212249
Number of Individuals Who Were Involuntarily Terminated from Adult Treatment Court ProgramsJudicial; PretrialRecovery29.a.QuarterlyQ4 20211250
Number of Individuals Who Were Admitted to Adult Treatment Court ProgramsJudicial; PretrialRecovery29.a.QuarterlyQ4 202150128
Number of Referrals to Community-Based Recovery Supports Made by OPTIONS LiaisonsOPTIONSRecoveryPriority IMonthlyDecember 20221751,147
Number of Recovery Community Centers in MaineCommunity-Based ResourcesRecovery32Annually20211717
Monthly Number of Naloxone Doses Distributed by the Maine Naloxone Distribution Initiative to Maine EMS for the Leave-Behind ProgramNaloxoneHarm Reduction14.b.MonthlyOctober 20222081,194
Annual Census of X-Waivered Providers in MaineMOUD TreatmentTreatment22.a.AnnualQ1 20221,4561,456
Annual Census of X-Waivered Providers in MaineMOUD TreatmentTreatment22.a.MonthlyNovember 2022230230