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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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Take Home Naloxone Program Sites

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.

To find contact information for a Take Home Naloxone Program in your area:

  1. enter your address in the map below;
  2. select your address from the drop-down list; and
  3. click Search.

You can also view or download a printable directory of Take Home Naloxone Kit programs.

Naloxone is also available for purchase at pharmacies across Saskatchewan. The Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan has a list of pharmacies that carry 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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  • Four Directions Community Health Centre
    3510 5th Ave, Regina SK S4T 0M2
    306-766-7540 | Get Directions

  • Street Workers Advocacy Project
    1375 Albert St, Regina, SK S4R 2R6
    306-525-1722 | Get Directions

  • AIDS Program South Saskatchewan
    1325 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 2R6
    306-924-8420 | Get Directions

  • Harm Reduction Methadone Program
    1048 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 2P8
    306-766-6350 | Get Directions

  • Communicable Disease Sexual Health Program
    2110 Hamilton Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2E3
    306-766-7788 | Get Directions

  • The Street Culture Project
    2839 Victoria Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan S4T 1K6
    306-565-6206 | Get Directions

  • EagleMoon Health
    400 Broad Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 1X3
    306-766-6995 | Get Directions

  • Addiction Treatment Centre
    1640 Victoria Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0P7
    306-766-6600 | Get Directions
*NOTE: Locations are not guaranteed to be accurate.

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