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Overdose Prevention


(These materials are targeted for a specific high risk population and may contain language or images inappropriate for persons under the age of 18.)

The Network for Public Health Law’s Legal Interventions to Reduce Overdose Mortality: Naloxone Access And Overdose Good Samaritan Laws


Drug Overdose Prevention Program (Illinois Department of Human Services)


Signs & Symptoms of Overdose (WA Dept. of Health)


Take As Directed: Prescription Pain Meds (WA Dept. of Health)


Opioid Overdose Prevention (MA Dept. of Health & Human Services)


Overdose Prevention (Harm Reduction Coalition)


Preventing Overdose, Saving Lives (Drug Policy Alliance)


Expanding access to naloxone to prevent opioid overdose deaths (Facebook group for advocacy)


A Guide to the Drug Overdose Epidemic and Solutions in North Carolina (North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition/NCHRC)


Drug Use & Abuse

Prescription Drug Abuse (WA State Attorney General)


Prescription Drug Abuse (Medline Plus)


Heroin (Medline Plus)


ATTENTION ILLINOIS CITIZENS


We are looking for individuals who have used EMSAA/The Good Samaritan Law to save a life. Please email us at info@StopOverdoseIL.org to anonymously report your experience.

SHARE YOUR STORY


Did you use Illinois 911 Good Samaritan Overdose Law to save a life? Please share your story anonymously here.

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GET THE FACTS!


Find out what Narcan is, who can get it, where it’s available and how it works.  Someone’e life depends on it, find out more.

info@StopOverdoseIL.org


We welcome your questions or comments.  Please contact us for more information. Your information will be kept confidential.

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