Naloxone Distribution

Naloxone saves lives by reversing overdoses. The Sacramento County Opioid Coalition distributes Naloxone and promotes training through our community projects. 

Resources

  • Local Pharmacies: CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid (NARCAN is over the counter in 48 states, no prescription necessary). Call beforehand to see if they have some in stock.
  • Visit Harm Reduction Centers: Harm Reduction Services: 2800 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento (916)456-4849 or SANE: Safer Alternatives Thru Networking and Education: 4433 Florin Rd, Ste 740, Sacramento, CA 95823 (916) 397-2434
  • Organizations may apply to DHCS, Naloxone Distribution Project for free Narcan® at: www.dhcs.ca.gov/individuals/Pages/Naloxone_Distribution_Project.aspx
  • Email Sacramento Opioid Coalition with your inquiry: info@sacopioidcoalition.org or Lwerner@ssvms.org

OpioidRelatedOverdoseTraininginSchools_ADA_1_13_2022(MMH).docx Opioid-Related Overdose Policy Guidelines and Training in the School Setting, Updated January 2022

Naloxone-Summary-of-State-Laws-9.25.2020 Attached State Law Document: Schools permission to carry and administer Narcan: California is on pages 24-28 (you will find the specific language for schools on pages 25, 27 and 28.) This document is supported by the Office of National Drug Control Policy, Executive Office of the President.

Middle School & High School Fake Pill Awareness Toolkit | Song for Charlie

Sample School Policy Coming Soon!

  • Sacramento County System of Care for Substance Use Treatment: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm (916) 874- 9754, After Hours: 1-(888) 881-4881

Informational Flyer

Printable option: Narcan and Fentanyl Flyer June 22

Why Naloxone is Essential to Our Mission

Find Naloxone and Get Trained