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Overdose prevention and response

Public Health is addressing the overdose epidemic by working with partners to prevent overdoses, increasing access to evidence-based treatment, and providing harm reduction services.

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Non-fatal overdose and overdose deaths data

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Treatment for addiction and harm reduction services

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Harm reduction supplies and training

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Overdose prevention blogs

Blog articles from the Public Health Insider

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Opioid Abatement Council

Documentation and reporting of opioid settlement funds

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Fentanyl overdoses are on the rise in King County.

Laced & Lethal is your source for information on pills and powders laced with Fentanyl.

Learn how to keep yourself and your friends safe at

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Can people find recovery from addiction?

Yes! Most people will go on to find recovery and are far more likely to if they receive specialist treatment for their addiction.

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A teen dies of overdose about every 2 weeks in King County.

King County families are facing a dangerous reality: Fatal fentanyl overdoses are on the rise. Even if you don’t think your teen is at risk, they need to be prepared.

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