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Naloxone

What is Naloxone

The Overdose-Reversing Drug Naloxone Naloxone is an opioid antagonist that is used to temporarily reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, namely slowed or stopped breathing. Expanding the awareness and availability of this medication is a key part of the public health response to the opioid epidemic.

Naloxone is a safe antidote to a suspected overdose and, when given in time, can save a life. Therefore, increasing the availability and targeted distribution of naloxone is a critical component in the efforts to reduce opioid-related overdose deaths and.

Naloxone, when combined with the availability of effective treatment, to ending the opioid epidemic. [1]

Where to get Naloxone

Anyone can get Naloxone from a pharmacy for themselves or to help a person who is expeciencing opioid overdose with or without a prescription . Missouri has a standing order for that and it can be found here.

To get Naloxone from pharmacy without prescription:
  1. Call the pharmacy to make sure they stock Naloxone
  2. Speak with a pharmacist. They should provide instructions on its use.

The pharmacy may be able to bill your insurance, even without a prescription.

*FREE* Naloxone

  1. A limited supply of naloxone is available for free through MO-HOPE Project with a fill out form.
  2. Through NCADA. Email Them at info@ncada-stl.org to schedule a time to meet with a counselor for free naloxone (including a brief training on how to administer).
  3. Reach out MONetworkby calling 844-732-3587 or send an email request to chad@monetwork.org to schedule an appointment. They provide free naloxone upon request.
  4. The Missouri Opioid Crisis has provided these community centers with naloxone as well as OUD recovery support services.
    • Healing House
      4505 St. John Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64123.
      24 Hour Support Line
      855-770-HOPE (4673)
    • Springfield Recovery Community Center
      1925 E. Bennett Street, Springfield, MO
      24 Hour Support Line
      (417) 268-7489
      Email: dstoecker@morecovery.org

Columbia, MO

Common Opioid painpills found illicitly


Vicodine, Narco

Contains: Hydrocodone/Paracetamol

Percocet

Contains: Oxycodone/Acetaminophen

Dialudid

Hydromorphone belongs to a class of drugs known as opioid (narcotic) analgesics

Morphine

Morphine is an opioid pain medication, sometimes called a narcotic

Methadone

Methadone is used to treat severe ongoing pain (such as pain due to cancer). Methadone belongs to opioid (narcotic) analgesics

Roxy

Rpxy is one of the brand names for oxycodone, a powerful opioid prescription painkiller

Fentanyl

Commonly used for anesthesia: is an opioid used as a pain medication. Accidental use may lead to sudden overdose, coma and death

Codeine

Seen in Tylenol 3, Codeine us an opioid pain medication

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