Naloxone Request2022-08-03T01:29:47-04:00

Are you in need of naloxone?

Save Our Families is a part of the Project DAWN network. Please fill out the form below to contact us to receive a free Narcan kit. Please note, that we only service the state of Ohio at this time.

Understanding Narcan (Naloxone)

Should I call 911?2022-05-31T22:22:56-04:00

Yes! If you suspect a person is overdosing, administer Naloxone and call 911 immediately.

Is Naloxone safe for children?2022-05-31T22:23:27-04:00

Yes. Naloxone nasal spray has been established for safe use in known or suspected opioid overdoses.

When is Naloxone to be used?2022-05-31T22:11:12-04:00

Immediately when an opioid overdose is known or suspected.

What is Naloxone?2022-05-31T22:11:36-04:00
Naloxone is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose
What effect does Narcan have on someone who doesn’t need it?2022-05-31T22:11:49-04:00

Narcan will not affect someone who doesn’t need it (someone who has not used opioids).

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Naloxone/Narcan Training

As a part of Save Our Families’ commitment to transparency, we’ve included a periodically updated counter with accurate data. This data reflects how many Narcan kits, and Fentanyl test strips, we’ve distributed, along with how many people we’ve trained to use Narcan properly.

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Persons Trained
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Fentanyl Testing Strips

Last updated August 3rd, 2022.

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