Naloxone

The Lifesaving Opioid Overdose Reversal Medication

Where Can I Get NARCAN® (Naloxone?)


NARCAN® (naloxone) is available without a prescription (over the counter). Please call ahead for availability and pricing.

NARCAN® Vending Machines (FREE)

Marin HHS Social Services Courtyard
120 North Redwood, San Rafael
24/7 outdoor access

Marin County Jail Lobby
13 Peter Behr Drive, San Rafael
8:00am – 11:00pm

Ritter Center
16 Ritter Street, San Rafael
8:30am – 4:30pm
OD emergency kit
Narcan and fentanyl test strips available 24/7

Marin Health and Wellness Campus
3240 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael
8:30am – 5:00pm

West Marin Health and Human Services Multi-Service Center
1 Sixth Street, Point Reyes Station
M – F 9:00am – 12:00pm & 1:00pm – 4:30pm

South Marin

Marin County Cooperation Team (MCCT)
2330 Marinship Way, Suite 150, Sausalito
(628) 223-7525
Drop in weekdays 9:00am – 3:00pm

North Marin

North Marin Community Services
680 Wilson Ave, Novato
415-892-1643
Available outside, 24/7

North Marin Community Services
1907 Novato Blvd, Novato
415-897-4147
Available outside, 24/7

West Marin (FREE)

Bolinas Community Center
14 Wharf Rd., Bolinas
(415) 868-2128
Available upon request

Inverness Firehouse
50 Inverness Way, Inverness
White telephone box with red lettering
Available outside, 24/7

San Geronimo Community Presbyterian Church
6001 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Geronimo
OD emergency kit
Available outside the Edie Robinson Room, 24/7

San Geronimo Valley Community Center
6350 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Geronimo
(415) 488-8888
Available upon request

Tomales Town Hall
27150 Highway 1, Tomales
Available during food pantry hours
Thursdays 2-3 PM

West Marin Community Services
11431 Hwy 1, Point Reyes Station
(415) 663-8361 ext. 302,
stomkins@westmarincs.org
Available upon request

For organizations seeking Narcan, please do not take more than 6 kits. Instead, apply through the Naloxone Distribution Project. For an OD Free Marin video showing how to apply for free Narcan, click easy NDP Instructions.

All Marin County Schools (TK-12) have been allocated (or have offered for pick up) Narcan® for on-campus use. All public middle and high schools (as well as most private schools) have trained personnel on hand to administer it in an emergency.

What is NARCAN®?


Naloxone (brand name NARCAN®) is a life-saving FDA-approved medication that is used to reverse the effects of overdoses from opioids such as heroin, fentanyl, oxycodone, and morphine.

Naloxone can be administered by bystanders in two ways: through injections (like a shot) or via nasal spray. NARCAN® is the spray version, which comes 2/kit.

To learn more about how naloxone saves lives, go to the CDC’s naloxone page or read the National Harm Reduction Coalition’s opioid overdose guide.

Training


NARCAN® Training (3 Steps)

  1. Watch the Video
  2. Review our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) here, and contact us if you have any other questions.
  3. Take the NARCAN® Proficiency Quiz here (If you score a 90% or better, you pass! If not retake it until you master the material).
OD Free Marin Narcan Training Slide Deck

Download Narcan Training Slide Deck (.ppt)

Entrenamiento de NARCAN® (3 Pasos)

  1. Ver el vídeo
  2. Revise nuestras Preguntas Frecuentes.  Envíe sus preguntas por correo electrónico a  info@odfreemarin.org
  3. Tome el cuestionario de competencia de NARCAN® aqui (si obtiene un 90% o más, ¡lo aprueba! Si no, vuelva a tomarlo hasta que domine el material).

Descarga Paquete de Diapositivas – Capacitación de NARCAN (.ppt)

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