Overdose Spike Alert Sign-Up
The Erie County Health Department sends out real-time alerts to notify community members when there is a spike in overdoses in our community. As part of our Drug Overdose Response Plan, our Drug Overdose Response Team (DORT) monitor overdoses in the county and notify the community through spike alerts. A spike is indicated when the total number of suspected overdoses for a jurisdiction exceeds a pre-determined threshold for a specified time period. These spike alerts allow us to take action as a community. Please fill out the form below to receive overdose spike alerts.

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Regional Recovery Consortium
The Regional Recovery Consortium is an initiative for those who have been impacted by Substance Use Disorder (SUD), including individuals, families, and community members to meet bi-monthly to discuss the effect of addiction and implement a strategic plan that covers the following project areas: Membership, Stigma, Response, and Recovery. We strive to expand & improve a comprehensive and sustainable "Circle of Care" for those who live with SUD through regional collaboration. Our mission is to reduce the number of community members in Erie, Huron, Lorain, Ottawa, and Sandusky Counties, living with SUD and experiencing fatal overdoses through regional cooperation and collaboration.
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