Saving Lives: Washington State Residents Now Have Access to Free Naloxone (Narcan) – A Vital Tool in the Opioid Epidemic

Saving Lives: Washington State Residents Now Have Access to Free Naloxone (Narcan) – A Vital Tool in the Opioid Epidemic

Naloxone, also known as Narcan, is now available for free if you are a resident of Washington State.

We are pleased to offer residents of Washington State the opportunity to secure Naloxone free of charge, delivered conveniently to your doorstep. To have this potentially life-saving medication shipped to you, click the button, and fill out a short form. Protect yourself and your loved ones with this critical medication today.

Ensure your safety in emergency situations with the essential life-saving tool, Naloxone, also known as Narcan. This medication is a crucial inclusion in your emergency kit as it acts swiftly in cases of opioid overdose or suspected overdose. An opioid may be a prescription narcotic pain reliever like hydrocodone, hydromorphone, morphine, oxycodone, or illicit drugs like heroin and fentanyl.

Naloxone’s potency lies in its ability to reverse an overdose, granting invaluable time for emergency medical teams to reach the scene and offer further aid. For households with prescription narcotics, it is imperative to have Naloxone on hand, as accidental overdoses are unpredictable.

I have questions about Naloxone.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has created this 30 second video, "How to Use Naloxone Nasal Spray" to help you understand and feel more comfortable with the process.

A worker from the Baltimore City Health Department displays a sample of Narcan in Baltimore, Maryland, January 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

If you still have questions, you can reach out to:

  • Your Local Pharmacist
  • Department of Health
  • Your Primary Care Provider
  • Several Online Resources
  • The Official Narcan Website

Over 107,000 Americans died of overdoses in 2022, and at least 932,000 Americans have died of overdose since 1999. Naloxone is a very important step when assisting someone who is experiencing an overdose.  Naloxone is SAFE; it will not harm someone even if you administer it, and they are not overdosing on an opioid.

Signs of an overdose may include:

“Naloxone can be given safely to people of all ages, from infants to older adults. This includes an adolescent or young adult who may have unintentionally taken an opioid.

During an overdose, a person’s breathing can be dangerously slowed or stopped, causing brain damage or death. It’s important to recognize the signs and act fast, even before emergency workers arrive.

If you think that someone is overdosing, please give them naloxone.” – CDC.gov

  • Small, constricted “pinpoint pupils”
  • Falling asleep or loss of consciousness
  • Limp body
  • Slow, shallow breathing
  • Choking or gurgling sounds
  • Cold and/or clammy skin
  • Discolored skin (especially in lips and nails)

When you choose to order Naloxone, you can potentially save a life.



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