Naloxone Kit

Naloxone Resources

Publication Date: Dec 05, 2019

National Resources

 

Law Enforcement Naloxone Toolkit

The Bureau of Justice Assistance, National Training and Technical Assistance Center provides this clearinghouse of resources to support law enforcement agencies in establishing a naloxone program.
 

Get Naloxone Now

Online resource to train people to respond effectively to an opioid overdose emergency.
 

Guide to Developing and Managing Overdose Prevention and Take-Home Naloxone Projects 

The Harm Reduction Coalition designed this manual to outline the process of developing and managing an overdose prevention and education program, with or without a take-home naloxone component. Overdose prevention work can be easily integrated into existing services and programs that work with people who use or are affected by drugs, including shelter and supportive housing agencies, substance use treatment programs, parent and student groups, and by groups of people who use drugs outside of a program setting.
 

Prescribe to Prevent

Here you will find information you need to start prescribing and dispensing naloxone (Narcan) rescue kits, including some useful resources containing further information about this life-saving medicine. Prescribe To Prevent includes  prescribers, pharmacists, public health workers, lawyers, and researchers working on overdose prevention and naloxone access. Resources on this site were compiled to help health care providers educate their patients to reduce overdose risk and to provide naloxone rescue kits to patients
 

Naloxone Overdose Prevention Laws

The Prescription Drug Abuse Policy System's Naloxone Overdose Prevention Laws offers a clickable map that provides general information about states’ naloxone laws—to be used for informational purposes rather than as legal advice—such as whether naloxone can be prescribed to family members or whether a “standing prescription” allows anyone who has completed training to obtain naloxone from a pharmacy.
 

Resources from SAMHSA
 

What is Naloxone?
 

SAMHSA's Overdose Prevention Toolkit

This toolkit offers strategies to health care providers, communities, and local governments for developing practices and policies to help prevent opioid-related overdoses and deaths. Access reports for community members, prescribers, patients and families, and those recovering from opioid overdose.
 

SAMHSA Opioid Treatment Program Directory 

This directory helps people find local treatment programs by state; many of these programs offer naloxone in conjunction with other services, consistent with state laws
 

Regional Resources


Great Lakes Region

 

State governments and prevention organizations across the Great Lakes region offer naloxone education and distribution programs. These programs include: 

Illinois

Illinois Department of Public Health:
Naloxone

Prevention First
Naloxone Now Campaign Media Kit 

Indiana 

Indiana State Department of Health
Naloxone 101
Naloxone Distribution Program 

Michigan

Michigan.gov
Naloxone

Minnesota

Office of the Minnesota Attorney General
Dose of Reality: Naloxone

Ohio

Ohio Department of Health
Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone)

Wisconsin 

Wisconsin Department of Justice 
Dose of Reality: Prevent Prescription Painkiller Abuse in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Department of Health Services 
Opioids: Naloxone FAQ

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
NARCAN Direct Program: Naloxone Train-the-Trainer Event Schedule, Spring 2020  
 

Date updated: June 26, 2020