Narcan/Naloxone Education & Distribution
Step 1: Watch the Training Video
Step 2: Take the Training Certification Survey
Step 3: Choose pick-up or delivery by mail
After watching the training video, please complete the training certification survey below. To receive your kit, please fill out the information at the bottom to pick up a kit or to have one mailed directly to you.
To request replacement kits, complete the Replacement Kit Request form below. To receive your kit, please fill out the information at the bottom to pick up a kit or to have one mailed directly to you.
Stop an Overdose
1– Check for an Overdose
Shout their name, shake their shoulders
2– Call 9-1-1
3– Give Narcan
Push pump after tip is in nose. No response? Wait 3 minutes, try again.
4– Stay Until Help Arrives
If breathing well, put on side. If not breathing, perform rescue breathing. Stay and wait until help arrives.
What are some signs of an opioid overdose?
- very small pupils
- slow or shallow breathing
- an inability to speak
- faint heartbeat
- limp arms and legs
- pale skin
- purple lips and fingernails
What Is Narcan/Naloxone?
Narcan/Naloxone is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose. It is an opioid antagonist—meaning that it binds to opioid receptors and can reverse and block the effects of other opioids, such as such as heroin, morphine, and oxycodone. Administered when a patient is showing signs of opioid overdose, Naloxone is a temporary treatment and its effects do not last long. Therefore, it is critical to obtain medical intervention as soon as possible after administering/receiving Naloxone.