Save a Life using Naloxone
The drug can be injected or sprayed into the nose. Naloxone is available at local syringe exchange programs and by prescription. Ask your healthcare provider about getting a prescription for naloxone if you are at risk of an overdose.
Oregon passed a naloxone bill in 2013 allowing people to carry naloxone to be used on others. With a prescription for naloxone and a few minutes of training, you can be prepared to save the life of a loved one, friend, or someone in need. Naloxone will soon be available to the general public at registered pharmacies. Naloxone saves lives.
MAKE THE CALL. Oregon has a Good Samaritan law. If you see someone overdosing, PLEASE CALL 911
Naloxone – How it saves lives
Learn to recognize the symptoms of an overdose. Learn to reverse opioid overdose using naloxone. Choose from four videos for different types of naloxone.