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Dr. Tammy Anderson, the Associate Director of The Center for Drug and Health Studies, and researchers Jim Highberger, Jascha Wagner, Logan Neitzke-Spruill, and Joshua Stout recently launched the DOMIP Mapping App. This app contains five years of overdose death data in the state of Delaware and allows users to see how their communities have been impacted, as well as the available resources in their areas.

To go directly to the app, follow this link:

 http://udel.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=f6bfa2985e3747d9bae1d70a9326ff0b

For a more in depth description of the DOMIP project, see “DOMIP”.

To view other interactive substance consumption maps, go to SEOW heat maps.

Finally, click here to see recent coverage of the project done by Brittany Horn of the Delaware News Journal.

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