Substance Misuse Data Page

This page tracks two of the data sources that DHHS utilizes to increase awareness about substance misuse in New Hampshire: the NH Drug Monitoring Initiative (DMI) reports from the NH Information & Analysis Center, and the American Medical Response (AMR) reports from the Global Medical Response team.

American Medical Response (AMR) Opioid Crisis Summary Reports 

The AMR provides emergency medical services to some of New Hampshire’s largest municipalities, releases regular reports documenting its service to Nashua and Manchester. These reports include overdose summaries, SafeStation intakes, and demographic information.

The reports for Nashua and Manchester are listed based on the date they were released to the public. 

AMR Summary Reports 2022

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AMR Summary Reports 2021

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AMR Summary Reports 2020

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NH Drug Monitoring Initiative (DMI)

A holistic strategy to provide awareness and combat drug distribution and misuse. In line with this approach the DMI will obtain data from various sources (to include, but not limited to, Public Health, Law Enforcement, and EMS) and provide monthly products for stakeholders as well as situational awareness releases as needed.

The Drug Monitoring Initiative now has an interactive DMI viewer.

DMI Reports 2022

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DMI Reports 2021

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DMI Reports 2020

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DMI Reports 2019

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DMI Overview Reports

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