Narcan Youth Kits

The Goal of These Kits: To provide our young people with the ability to recognize and respond to an opioid overdose, utilizing harmless and non-addictive nasal spray Naloxone.

What is Naloxone? (brand name Narcan): Narcan is a completely harmless, non-addictive, and potentially lifesaving nasal spray designed to help reverse the effects of an opioid overdose in minutes. Since most opioid overdoses occur in the home and are most often witnessed, having a Narcan rescue kit nearby can make all the difference. Learn more at: www.narcan.com/

Why should I have it? We work with the youth population as the ease to purchase counterfeit pills online and fentanyl-related poisonings have risen dramatically in communities both locally and nationwide. Providing the education and ability to save lives in the hands of our youth creates a more informed, caring community and emboldens all efforts that face the opioid epidemic.

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Narcan Youth Kits Prepared in 2022

What is in your Narcan Youth Kit?

1 Box of Narcan with 2 Naloxone Nasal Spray 4mg Doses

Printed out Instructions and Quick Start Guide (Included Below)

1 CPR Face Mask Key Chain with instructions

4 Alcohol Wipes for cleaning face and hands

1 SCOC Vanilla Chapstick

Optional Additions Upon Request:

Fentanyl Test Strips

DanceSafe Fentanyl Test Strip Instructions

Community Resources

 

Harm Reduction Centers and Youth Rehab in Sacramento:

Diamond House: Adult and Adolescent Outpatient Detox Treatment Program (Ages 14+)

7880 Alta Valley Drive Suite 107, Sacramento, CA 95823
www.diamondhousedetox.com
Director of Business Development: Clare Brown Direct: 800-205-6107, Cell: 916-897-6653 Email: Clare@diamondhousedetox.com

Harm Reduction Services

2800 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95817. Mon-Fri 12pm-6pm Phone: (916) 456-4849
hrssac.org

SANE – Safer Alternatives Thru Networking

2211 Del Paso Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95815. Tues-Sat 3pm-6pm Phone: (916) 665-8221
cleanneedles.org
For even more resources, check out other parts of this site!

* Support for this resource was provided by the California Overdose Prevention Network, a project of the PHI Center for Health Leadership and Impact. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of PHI.