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Saskatchewan residents who are at risk of an opioid overdose and/or might witness an opioid overdose, such as friends and family of people who use opioids, are eligible for free training and a free Take Home Naloxone kit. The training covers overdose prevention, recognition and response, including how to administer naloxone.
These sites are operated by the Saskatchewan Health Authority, and partner Community Based Organizations, pharmacies, and clinics. Take Home Naloxone kits are also available at all Emergency Departments across Saskatchewan.
At some locations, staff are travelling to multiple communities to provide training and distribute kits. If no operating hours are provided for the location, we recommend you phone ahead to confirm where they will be and when.
To find contact information for a Take Home Naloxone Program in your area:
Naloxone is also available for purchase at pharmacies across Saskatchewan. The Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan has a list of pharmacies that sell naloxone.
It's important to note that Naloxone treatment itself does not replace the need to seek immediate medical attention. Call 911 immediately if you suspect an overdose.
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