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Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP) Statewide Expansion and Response



Application Deadline: Jun 27, 2019


Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


Awards funding to support statewide adoption of the Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP) mobile tool. ODMAP allows states to collect opioid overdose data in near real-time, which can help states quickly track and analyze fatal and nonfatal opioid overdoses and the administration of naloxone by first responders. Works to build strategic partnerships among law enforcement, health systems, and other stakeholders in individual communities. Helps communities make use of ODMAP data to develop comprehensive public health and safety plans.

Required program activities include:

  • Adopting ODMAP statewide to capture fatal and nonfatal overdoses identified by first responders for at least 80% of counties in their state.
  • Establishing public safety, public health, and behavioral health partnerships in a minimum of five communities in the state, which can include counties, cities, towns, or tribal territories. Partnering communities should be diverse and include urban, suburban, and rural areas, and they must agree to form organizational structures that include data analysts and representatives from public safety, public health, and behavioral health agencies. States must make subawards to selected communities to support their activities.
  • Supporting selected communities in the use of ODMAP data to develop and implement interventions that address specific geographic areas or high-risk individuals.

Amount of Funding

Award ceiling: $700,000 per year
Project period: 2 years
Estimated number of awards: 6

Who Can Apply

State agencies or U.S. territories are eligible to apply. States, territories, regions, or communities with existing data tracking systems may apply if they agree to make existing data available through ODMAP.

For this opportunity, the Bureau of Justice Assistance prioritizes:

  • States that include the most populated counties in their projects
  • Applicants that use an application programming interface (API) to contribute data to ODMAP
  • Applicants with API transmission delays of 14 days or less from the time an overdose occurs
  • States that can achieve statewide adoption within 6 months of the grant award

Geographic Coverage


What This Program Funds

Capacity Building • New Program • Operating Costs and Staffing

Application Process

Application instructions, requirements, and other information about the online application process are available online.

ODMAP and ODMAP Resource Library


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Topics This Program Addresses

Community Planning and Coalition Building • Opioids • Overdose Prevention