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Get Naloxone Now

Posted by on June 21st, 2017 Posted in: General, Public Health, Public Library


This web site provides information on how to respond to an overdose. Get Naloxone Now is an online resource to train people to respond effectively to an opioid-associated overdose emergency. Get Naloxone Now advocates for widespread access to overdose education and training in how to administer naloxone, the life-saving antidote for opioid-associated overdose.  An  individual, in as little as 20 minutes, can learn techniques to save the life of a loved-one, friend, co-worker, neighbor … anyone … who is experiencing an overdose caused by prescription narcotics or heroin. You can also find out where you can obtain the lifesaving, easy-to-use antidote, naloxone, as well as access relevant information and links on this web site.

An institutional program is also available.  The computer-based training modules is provided free of charge. If you wish to obtain CE or CASAC credits (pending accreditation) after completing the module, a nominal fee may apply. A flyer is also available.

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