Opioid Dashboard
Green County, WI

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About Us

The Green County Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Committee is an interagency coalition with the goal of reducing drug and alcohol abuse by the residents of Green County. It seeks to do that by increasing awareness of alcohol and drug abuse as a problem, developing solutions to that problem, and increasing awareness of those solutions. The coalition, using a grant through the Green County Public Health Department, and under the leadership of that department, Green County Human Services, and the Green County Sheriff’s Office has developed this website to further those aims regarding the abuse of opioids. 

By making this data available to the relevant agencies we provide the backbone needed to implement services and make data-informed decisions. We are able to utilize data gathered to describe the scope of the problem, target interventions appropriately, and determine whether actions taken address the problem. By presenting a summary of the data to the general public the site furthers education and awareness of the nature and extent of opioid use and the resulting problems.  By sharing the local solutions that exist to address those problems we reduce stigma, reduce deaths from opioids and give hope to the community.

Outcomes

Use the drop down filter to explore the program outcomes between years.

Opioid Overdose

Opioid Mortality

Jail Withdrawals for Medical Treatment

Opioid Possession Cases

Opioid-Related Arrests

Opioid Patients

Percent of Opioid Patients With >90MME*

* 90MME would equal approxaimtely 9 tablets of hydrocodone/acetaminophen 10/325.

Patient Days With Opioids

Percent of Patient Days With Overlapping Benzodiazepines*

* Benzodiazepines are drugs like Valium and Xanax.

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)

Demographics

Explore demographic data for each indicator using the drop down filer.

Resources

About the Data

This data is generally collected by the Green County Public Health and Green County Human Services departments from the supportive agencies on a quarterly basis and to the site through LiveStories. For those tables showing trends It is considered that to show long term trends data should continue in the same direction for at least three years running. With that in mind it can be generally seen that most of the long term indicators show an upward trend followed by a more recent downward trend in opioid related problems This is certainly an indication that opioid use was a growing problem in Green County and may be an indication that opioid interventions are having the desired effect.  

Supported By

This site is supported by data from the Green County Public Health Department, and the members of the Green County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) namely the Green County Human Services Department, the Green County Sheriff’s Office, the Monroe Clinic, the Monroe Police Department, the Bellville Police Department, the Green County District Attorney’s, Office, the Green County Public Defender’s Office, the Green County Courts, and the Green County Division of Community Corrections. Other data is provided by the Brodhead Police Department, the Monticello Police Department, the New Glarus Police Department, and the Albany Police Department.