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We sought to examine linkages between socioeconomic marginalization and non-fatal overdose risk in a community deeply affected by the ongoing drug poisoning crisis.
Non-fatal overdose was positively associated with incarceration, homelessness, higher monthly income, material insecurity, and engagement illegal income generating activities, underscoring the importance of addressing the socioeconomic production of overdose risk.
Data derived from two community-recruited prospective cohorts of people who use drugs (n=1493)