Naloxone (“NARCAN”) for Opioid Overdose/Poisoning

In recent years, more adults between the ages of 18-45 are dying from fentanyl overdoses/poisonings than from COVID-19, car accidents, cancer, and suicide combined. Fentanyl is commonly involved in a majority of the overdose deaths. Naloxone is a medicine that can rapidly reverse an opioid overdose and is proven to be safe, effective, and easy to use.

What You Need to Know


Call 9-1-1

Always Call 9-1-1 in event of a potential overdose.

Don't Hesitate

Naloxone has no effect on someone who does not have opioids in their system, so when it doubt, use it.

Naloxone is Temporary

Naloxone can temporarily reverse an overdose. It is not a substitute for medical treatment or detox.

Ask for Help

If you are in crisis, call or text 9-8-8.

Be Prepared

Where to Get Naloxone (NARCAN) & Opioid Overdose Response Training

Where to Find Naloxone on Campus

Videos: How to Save a Life

Additional Resources

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