Opiate overdose emergencies and deaths are common in our communities. According to the CDC, there were 68,600 drug overdose deaths and 47,600 opioid drug related deaths in 2018. In Colorado, there were 1000 drug overdose deaths. About 32,000 of the 2018 deaths involved potent synthetic opioids such as fentanyl. Fentanyl-related overdose deaths in Denver tripled between 2019 and 2018, according to data from the the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment and the Office of the Medical Examiner. 75% of overdose related deaths occur outside of a medical setting, at home or on the street.
We offer Naloxone at no-cost to any person or organization that needs it. Naloxone reverses the life-threatening effects of an opioid overdose, with no medical training required.
We are pleased to provide naloxone to partner organizations or individuals throughout the state of Colorado. We provide this life-saving resource at no cost but because we are a nonprofit, we can only afford to provide our resources in a limited quantity. If you would like to receive Naloxone from us, please contact us at or call our HelpLine at 800-522-4372.
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