Overdose deaths are preventable

Overdose Prevention and Response Training

We have FREE doses of intramuscular naloxone available here at Open Aid Alliance or by mail order if you live outside of Missoula.  Click the button below to access the online training and receive your FREE Overdose Reversal Kit.  If you have questions, call 406-543-4770 or email [email protected].

Order your overdose reversal kit today and be prepared to save a life!

What is naloxone?

The technical definition is “a synthetic drug, similar to morphine, which blocks opiate receptors in the nervous system.”

Often known by its brand name Narcan, is an effective, non-addictive medication that reverses an opioid overdose. Within minutes of it being administered, the affected person is able to breathe again. Naloxone can be administered as a shot or nasal spray. Since it is not a controlled substance and has no potential for abuse, Naloxone is available here at OAA and can be easily administered by anyone.

“Naloxone, a drug that reverses overdoses, can save lives. Here’s why you should learn how to use it.”  Read more…

Order your overdose reversal kit today and be prepared to save a life!
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We will be participating in an organization-wide staff development and training this week.  Please note the change in hours.  We look forward to sharing what we learn with you when we return on Thursday.

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