Police say in a statement the overdoses are preliminarily linked to a "tan colored heroin" and spice, a synthetic cannabinoid.
The information is not meant to rank counties or serve as a comparison, but rather to give counties a snapshot of their risks and trends.
Jeffersonville Police Department Sgt. Isaac Parker said Wednesday that officers made 22 arrests in the previous 48 hours.
The grants were awarded based in part on overdose death rates.
Some officers are now carrying up to three doses of naloxone.
Officials say meth overdoses have decreased, in part because lawmakers cracked down on access to meth ingredients.
Critics argue the legislature is “backsliding” to previous, failed attempts to address the drug epidemic.
In the first two months of this year, there have been three confirmed fatal doses of such drugs.
A new study has found that restricting opioid prescriptions may have an unintended side effect: more overdose deaths involving heroin and fentanyl.
Police say they used naloxone to revive people in almost every situation.