Overdose Warning Network


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Notice: We are looking for Beta Testers for cities with populations of 60,000 or more. Full report subscription for 180 days and 50% discount for the following year.

The Overdose Warning Network – OWN 

OWN is the first mobile and desktop application for first responders to enter overdose incident data. It will have one data repository that will store opioid overdose incident data which will serve as an epidemiological indicator to provide incidence and prevalence data on opioid overdose data on city, county, state and national levels. It can be licensed by city/town, county and state.

The Overdose Warning Network was developed for First Responders including law enforcement, Hospital, Fire and EMS personnel and other individuals administering Naloxone in an opioid overdose event. It is also available for Android and iPhone. 


  • To provide a real time platform to track the incidence and prevalence of opioid overdoses by location of the overdose incident and the demographics and location of the patient population.
  • To provide data for prevention and treatment capacity planning
  • To serve as an early warning system to alert healthcare, law enforcement, policy makers and citizens.
  • To provide a reliable data source for prevention and treatment budgeting
  • To provide a big data resource for research.
  • To provide reliable, real time data sets utilizing uniform data collection methods to inform public policy and legislation

 Comprehensive Overdose Incidence Reports:

  • Zipcode
  • State
  • County
  • City
  • Gender
  • Race
  • Age
  • Patient Residence - State
  • Patient Residence - City
  • PrimarySubstance
  • Secondary Substance(s)
  • Intervention Type
  • Intervention Outcome
  • Custom Reports (up to eleven items)
  • Overdose Incidence Heat Map with Geolocator and location drill down
  • Push Notifications by City or State 
  • Export Tools - CSV
Diamond membership is free until June 30, 2024 which includes complete incident reporting and incident location data by city and primary substance.  There is no charge for overdose alerts. Future subscription prices will be  based upon population and can be purchased by Organization (e.g. Police Department, EMS, etc.) City or by State. If more than one City Department will be generating reports then register as a City as the cost basis is determined by population of your City. There will be no subscription fee for individual users