The Wisconsin Department of Health Services tracks data regarding the use of opioids and consequences of consumption to help inform evidence-based solutions.
Wisconsin Interactive Statistics on Health (WISH)
Query the WISH system for statistics related to opioids in Wisconsin.
Rate of Opioid Use Disorder
Rates of Opioid Use Disorder (By Age Group, Identified at Time of Hospital Visit)
Note: Opioid use disorder (OUD) rates based on hospital visits with evidence of OUD in hospital record.
Deaths from Opioid-Related Overdose (By Sex)
Opioid-Related Deaths - Heroin and Prescription Drugs (By Age Group)
Drug-Related Deaths - Benzodiazepines, Cocaine, Heroin, and Opioid Pain Relievers
Opioid Use and Pregnant Women
- Select Opioid-Related Morbidity and Mortality Data for Wisconsin (January 2017) P-01690 (PDF)
- Wisconsin Epidemiological Profile of Alcohol and Other Drug Use, 2016 (November 2016) P-45718-16 (PDF)
- Misuse and Abuse of Opioids in Wisconsin (October 2015) P-01127 (PDF)
- Opioid Overdose Prevention in Wisconsin (October 2015) P-01129 (PDF)
Reports from the State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (SCAODA)
- Wisconsin's Heroin Epidemic: Strategies and Solutions (July 2014) (PDF)
- 911 Good Samaritan Report (August 2013) (PDF)
- Reducing Wisconsin's Prescription Drug Abuse: A Call to Action (January 2012) (PDF)
For more information on SCAODA, visit the SCAODA website.
Wisconsin ePDMP Public Statistics Dashboard
The Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services maintains the Enhanced Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (ePDMP). This program provides information about controlled substance prescriptions that are dispensed in the state. It allows pharmacies, healthcare professionals, law enforcement agencies, and public health officials to work together to reduce the misuse and abuse of prescribed controlled substance medications. The ePDMP Public Statistics Dashboard provides interactive data visualizations about controlled substance prescriptions dispensed in Wisconsin, law enforcement reports submitted to the ePDMP, and use of the ePDMP by healthcare professionals and others.