New Jersey SUDORS Overdose Mortality Data Explorer

Data Source

NJ SUDORS v.01232024. NJ SUDORS is supported by Overdose Data to Action in States (OD2A-S) Cooperative Agreement 1 NU17CE010102-01 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), NCIPC, Division of Overdose Prevention.  The content and conclusions of this material are those of the author(s) and should not be inferred as the official position of the NCIPC, CDC, DHHS, or the US government.


Access to Treatment – Reach NJ offers online resources and 24/7 hotline number (844-REACHNJ) for New Jersey residents looking for help with a substance use disorder.

Access to Naloxone – The NJ Department of Human Services maintains a list of pharmacies where naloxone can be obtained anonymously and at no cost by anyone 14 years old or older.

Harm Reduction Centers – New Jersey’s Harm Reduction Centers provide sterile syringe access, naloxone, and a range of services to support people who use drugs.

More Data – The NJ Dept. of Health’s Overdose Data Dashboard provides wide-ranging data on overdose and substance use, including naloxone administrations, drug related hospital visits, prescription medication, treatment, and more.

Last Reviewed: 1/29/2024