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Naloxone is a medication that can save lives by reversing the effects of an opioid overdose. Some examples of opioids are heroin, fentanyl, methadone, OxyContin®, and Vicodin®. You can give naloxone to someone as an injection or nasal spray. Learn the signs and symptoms of opioid overdose and how to take action on the Naloxone Instructions webpage.


Who should carry nalxone?

  • People who use drugs 

  • People who are prescribed opioids

  • Emergency personnel

  • Friends and family of people who use opioids

  • Anyone else who would like to have naloxone on hand in case of an emergency

Ordering Naloxone


Did you know that individuals who reside in Washington State can order Naloxone for FREE & have it mailed directly at no cost to them? Click the here to fill out a form and get naloxone mailed directly to you.

You can also get Naloxone at any Pacific County Pharmacy without a prescription.  Most major insurance plans including Apple Health and Medicare provide Naloxone free of charge. 

More information on naloxone:

Naloxone Training

Pacific County Health Department has staff available to provide training on the use of naloxone. Training can be provided for individual or for groups of people (employees, volunteer groups, firefighters, etc.).  All individuals who receive naloxone training through the Health Department will be provided a package of naloxone free of charge upon completion of the training.  If you or your organization is interested in training, please call 360-875-9300 ex 2626

How to use Naloxone

Knowing how to use NARCAN® Nasal Spray could mean the difference between life and loss.

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