Results

If you respond to, experience, witness, or are informed of an overdose event, please complete the MO-HOPE field report at: mohopeproject.org/ODreport

Collected through the MO-HOPE Project: 

Total Reports: 1,339

(12-01-16 to 10-08-18)

* Total number of overdose survivors reported through MO-HOPE: * 1,118

  • Naloxone administered: 1,302
    • By EMS: 379
    • By Police: 271
    • By Fire Crew: 68
    • By other Emergency Responder: 29
    • By a friend: 358
    • By a partner/spouse: 43
    • By a clinician/provider: 27
    • By a parent: 25
    • By another family member: 31
    • By a stranger: 50
    • By someone else: 21
  • Types of Naloxone administered per event:
    • Narcan Nasal Spray: 61.9%
    • Evzio auto-injector: 1.4%
    •  Other intranasal device (with vial and atomizer): 9.0%
    •   Intravenously (IV): 10.1%
    •  Intramuscular: 17.6%
  • Number of doses of Naloxone administered per event:
    • 1 dose: 47.8%
    • 2 doses: 37.6%
    • 3+ doses: 14.6%
  •   Survival (to the best knowledge of the respondent):
    • Yes: 1188
    • No: 90
    • Unsure/Missing: 61

Opioid Use in 2016

  • 2.47% of people 12+ reporting drug dependence (1)
  • 4.21% of population 12+ reporting non-medical use of pain relievers (1)

Opioid-related Deaths in 2017

  • 951 Opioid-related deaths in Missouri (3)
  • 1 out of every 65 deaths in Missouri involved opioids(3)

Treatment and Prevention Services

  • Physicians Licensed to Prescribe Buprenorphine (2018)(1): 500 (315 listed online through SAMHSA’s waivered prescriber locator)
  • Facilities Providing Substance Use Disorder Services (2018)(1): 242
  • 607  pregnant women with Opioid Use Disorder were served in Missouri Department of Health Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program in 2016 (from 522 in 2015)(4).

 

References:

  1. Opioid and Health Indicators Database (http://opioid.amfar.org/MO)
  2. Hospital Industry Data Institute
  3.  DHSS – Missouri Opioids Information
  4. Missouri Department of Mental Health

Naloxone distributed through MO-HOPE:

6,939 kits of Narcan (and an additional 2,781 doses of intramuscular naloxone)

MO-HOPE Trainings:

Number of individuals who have attended a MO-HOPE Community Member Training: 1,739

Number of individuals who have attended a MO-HOPE Train the Trainer Training: 633

Number of individuals who have attended a MO-HOPE Emergency Responder Training : 1,435

Agencies Receiving Narcan Through MO-HOPE:

  • Bellefontaine Neighbors Police
  • Berkeley Police Department
  • Calverton Park Police Department
  • Columbia Police Department
  • Creve Coeur Police Department
  • Eureka Police Department
  • Florissant PD
  • Franklin County Sheriff’s Dept.
  • Hazelwood Fire Department
  • Hillsboro Fire Department
  • Kirkwood Police Department
  • Lake St. Louis Police Department
  • Manchester Police Department
  • Marthasville Police Department
  • Mid Missouri Drug Taskforce
  • Miller County SD
  • Missouri Department of Conservation
  • Missouri Department of Social Services
  • Missouri Gaming Commission
  • Missouri Park Rangers
  • Missouri State Highway Patrol
  • Missouri Probation and Parole
  • MODoT
  • Morgan County Sherrif
  • Multi-County Narcotics and Violent Crimes Enforcement Unit
  • New Haven Police Department
  • Normandy Police Department
  • Postal Inspector
  • St. Charles City Police Department
  • St. Charles County Ambulance District
  • St. Charles County Sheriff
  • St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
  • Sullivan Police Department
  • Town and Country Police Department
  • US Probation and Parole
  • Warrenton City Police Department
  • Warrenton Fire District
  • Washington University Police Department
  • Wright City Fire Department

Number of individuals who have attended a MO-HOPE Treatment and Social Service Provider Training: 871

Agencies Receiving Naloxone Through MO-HOPE:

  • BASIC
  • BHN Project
  • Boone County Health Department
  • Butler County Health Department
  • Center for Life Solutions
  • Community Prevention of the Ozarks
  • Comtrea
  • Dallas County Department of Health
  • Family Care Health Centers
  • Family Support Centers
  • FCC Inc.
  • Freedom Center for Recovery
  • Gateway Foundation
  • Gibson Recovery Center
  • Greene County Health Department
  • Healing Action
  • Hope Group
  • Independence Center
  • Missouri Recovery Network
  • NCADA
  • NightLIFE
  • Ozark Center New Directions
  • Peter and Paul Community Services
  • Phoenix Health Programs
  • Places for People
  • Polk County Health Department
  • Preferred Family Health
  • Queen of Peace
  • Reality House
  • Safe to Sleep
  • Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health
  • St. Charles Treatment Center
  • St. Louis City Health Department
  • St. Louis County Department of Public Health
  • St. Patrick Center
  • Ste. Genevieve County Health Department
  • Turning Point
  • Valley Hope

Number of individuals who have attended a MO-HOPE Medical Provider Training: 251

Agencies Receiving Naloxone Through MO-HOPE:

  • Affinia Healthcare
  • Family Health Center – Columbia
  • KC Care
  • Piedmont Family Clinic