Naloxone Resource Guide

Naloxone Resource Guide

The rate of Fentanyl overdoses continues to rise in our region. One of the most effective ways to counter Fentanyl overdose is to administer Naloxone, commonly called Narcan. It is safe for people of all ages and can save a person’s life in minutesTo learn how to obtain Naloxone, please see the resources below for your area.

  • Indian Health Service - National Supply Service Center provides supply support to federal, Tribal, and urban Indian Health care facilities. 
  • Remedy Alliance increases access to affordable overdose prevention supplies. They are uniquely designed for harm reduction programs that focus on naloxone distribution to people who use drugs and their immediate network.
  • NXG is on a mission to increase access to essential and life-saving medications. Naloxone can be purchased by individuals and organizations.  
  • The Narcan Website is managed by Emergent Devices Inc. Narcan can be purchased through this website for a fee. 
  • Next Distro is an online and mail-based harm reduction service designed to reduce opioid overdose death, prevent injection-related disease transmission, and improve the lives of people who use drugs. 
  • Wisebatch is the first and only comprehensive drug checking service provider, specializing in Fentanyl and Xylazine testing resources and education. They provide solutions to help curb the effects of the opioid crisis in our communities. 
  • Deterra is on a mission to prevent drug misuse and protect our environment through safe, permanent disposal of unused prescriptions and over-the-counter medications.  
  • Amazon is an online marketplace where supplies for Narcan kits can be purchased, including protective gear like face shields and gloves. 
  • SAFE Project works collaboratively to bring solutions to communities, campuses, workplaces, and active-duty service members, veterans, and their families. 

  • Regional Behavioral Health Action Organizations (RBHAOs) function as community partners that are responsible for planning, education, and advocacy of behavioral health needs and services for children and adults within the region. These organizations provide several services including Naloxone training across communities. 

  • Next Distro Florida provides state by state Naloxone resources, like a Naloxone Finder, Crisis Support, and Telephone Hotline.
  • I Save FL includes information about Florida’s resources for people who misuse drugs and their loved ones. The website includes information on how to find Naloxone and educational resources.
  • Florida Department of Health - HEROS Program is a Florida Health program that provides free naloxone to emergency response agencies. Since the program's inception in 2018, almost 600,000 doses have been provided through the HEROS program to 451 emergency response agencies in Florida.
  • Florida Department of Children and Families - Overdose Prevention Program is designed to reduce opioid overdose deaths by providing access to FDA-approved emergency opioid antagonists to organizations that serve individuals at risk of witnessing or experiencing an opioid overdose.
  • Florida Harm Reduction Collective works to decrease the harms of drug use and eliminate the stigma associated with harm reduction.

  • Get Maine Naloxone is a Maine organization that provides resources on where to obtain Narcan and Narcan training.
  • Syringe Access Programs in Maine provide Naloxone free of charge and can be found in specific counties.

  • Next Distro Texas provides state by state Naloxone resources, like a Pharmacy Finder and Organizing Resources.
  • More Narcan Please decreases the prevalence of fatal opioid-related overdoses in Texas, by distributing Narcan to individuals and organizations.
  • Naloxone Request Form allows organizations to request Narcan through More Narcan Please.
  • Texas Harm Reduction Alliance aims to end the drug war and its harms through harm reduction outreach, training, advocacy, and organizing.
  • Texas Opioid Training Initiative provides clinical resources for improving clinical practice around prescribing and monitoring opioids, identifying and treating opioid use disorder, and preventing opioid-related harm in Texas.

  • REVIVE! is the Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Education (OONE) program for the Commonwealth of Virginia and provides training on how to identify and respond to an opioid overdose emergency with naloxone.
  • Local Health Districts within the Virginia Department of Health dispense naloxone in cities.

  • Next Distro Washington DC provides state by state Naloxone resources, like a Naloxone Finder, Crisis Support, and Educational Resources.
  • DC Department of Behavioral Health - Resources partners with over 100 social service, health care and faith-based organizations to distribute naloxone to those in need, free of charge. For more information on eligibility and how to obtain a standing order, email
  • DC Department of Behavioral Health – Services outlines where to get Narcan and includes educational resources.
  • Live Long DC is one-stop hub for DC’s combined efforts for ending the city’s opioid epidemic.

Third Party Website Disclaimer: The Naloxone Resource Guide acts as an information hub by providing links to external websites. Please note that USET has no control over external sites and resources and is not responsible for and does not endorse such sites and resources.

USET Harm Reduction Kit

USET created a Harm Reduction Kit to address the increasing rate of overdoses in our region. This kit includes various items, the most important being Naloxone. Naloxone, commonly called Narcan, is a medication extremely effective at countering Fentanyl overdose and safe for people of all ages. 

USET wants to share resources on how to recreate these kits for your community. The kit contains six items: 

  • Naloxone is a medication that reverses opioid overdoses, waking a person who has had an overdose within minutes. Narcan is extremely effective. It is safe for any age. USET purchased the nasal spray version of this medication. 
  • Gloves are essential PPE. Fentanyl and even its residue is a dangerous substance that can be harmful. 
  • The Face Shield protects you from accidentally overdosing if rescue breathing is deployed. 
  • Fentanyl Testing Strips are used to detect Fentanyl in substances. 
  • The Deterra Bag is an at-home drug deactivation kit that can be used to safely dispose of opioids and prescription drugs that you no longer use. All you need is water to deactivate the drugs. USET ordered the Medium Pouch. 
  • Bags should be purchased to increase the ease of distribution.

In addition to providing resources on how to recreate the kit, USET has also created a training video that explains how to use the items in the kit. The training video can be shared with internal staff, community members, and anyone who has access to the Harm Reduction Kits.

For collaboration opportunities, please contact Caro Caballero at and Deviyani Bajpai at