In June 2014, the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials administered a survey to collect information about activities and policies to address prescription opioid abuse and overdose. Individual profiles were created for the 48 states, two U.S. territories, and one freely associated state that responded to the survey. The profiles provide an understanding of the current environment of state activities to address prescription drug abuse, ranging from prevention strategies to surveillance and monitoring (PDMPs), law enforcement, and treatment and recovery. See the 2014 Policy Inventory: State Action to Prevent and Treat Prescription Drug Abuse resource.