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Naloxone Dispensing During COVID-19

Many programs have modified their hours or services according to COVID-19 guidance. Given the rapidly changing nature of this situation, hours and location of naloxone dispensing may change. Call or email to arrange pickup before visiting a site.

Naloxone (Narcan®) is a safe medication that can save someone’s life by reversing the effects of an opioid overdose. It only works on opioids, such as heroin, prescription painkillers and fentanylXổ số hỗn hợp hôm nay, but it is safe to use even if opioids are not present. If you are worried you or someone you know may be at risk of an opioid overdose, naloxone is available to you.

Find Naloxone

How to get a free kit:

  • Contact any of these community-based programs (PDF).
  • Visit a pharmacy (PDF) participating in the NYC Emergency Overdose Rescue Kit Program and ask the pharmacist for a free “Emergency Overdose Rescue Kit”.

How to purchase naloxone with insurance or out-of-pocket:

  • Check the list of participating pharmacies (PDF) or use the to find a pharmacy near you.
  • When contacting a pharmacy, ask the pharmacist about getting naloxone/Narcan®.
    • You do not need a prescription from your doctor.
    • The pharmacy may need to order the medication.
  • If a pharmacy is enrolled in the , up to $40 of your insurance copay can be covered. Ask your pharmacist about the program when requesting naloxone.

If you have are having a hard time getting naloxone, email

Upcoming Naloxone Trainings

Xổ số hỗn hợp hôm nayDue to the health concerns in relation to COVID-19 and as a matter of care for our community, we are providing virtual naloxone trainings. Virtual training will cover steps for responding to an opioid overdose with naloxone and will outline options for accessing an Overdose Response Kit in person or by mail.

For questions about naloxone, email

Stop OD NYC App

New York City also has a mobile app, Stop OD NYCXổ số hỗn hợp hôm nay, which shows you how to recognize and prevent opioid overdoses, and where to find naloxone near you.

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