Fatal Opioid Overdoses are
Preventable with Naloxone

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Elliott
1989-2011
Randall
Brannen
1993-2013
Sean
Lanham
1986-2009
Malcolm
MacGinnis
1989-2011
Stephen
Cardiges
1991-2012
Jeremy
Galloway
1978-2020
Laura
Hope Laws
1996-2013
Jeffrey
Gay
1990-2012
Skylar
Yancey
1987-2008
Taylor
Smith
1993-2013
Andrew
Rogers
1989-2008
Bill
Shepherd
1994-2014
Zack Elliot Laura Hope Laws Randall Brannen Jeffrey Gay Sean Lanham Skylar Yancey Malcolm MacGinnis Taylor Smith Stephen Cardiges Andrew Rogers Jeremy Galloway Bill Shepherd
Zack
Elliott
1989-2011
Randall
Brannen
1993-2013
Sean
Lanham
1986-2009
Malcolm
MacGinnis
1989-2011
Stephen
Cardiges
1991-2012
Jeremy
Galloway
1978-2020
Laura
Hope Laws
1996-2013
Jeffrey
Gay
1990-2012
Skylar
Yancey
1987-2008
Taylor
Smith
1993-2013
Andrew
Rogers
1989-2008
Bill
Shepherd
1994-2014

Naloxone is available from Georgia Overdose Prevention for those at high risk* of overdose and their loved ones.

Naloxone is also available at GA pharmacies, does not require a personal prescription, and is covered by most insurances.
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high risk* – people actively using street or RX opioids and any other street drug, people in recovery from opioids or any street drug, sex workers, people with lowered tolerance to opioids from a period of not using drugs, people on MAT, loved ones of the person at risk.

What is GA’s 911 Medical Amnesty Law?

Georgia Law Protects You

Protection for people who call 911 and seek medical assistance for someone experiencing a drug or alcohol-related overdose. The caller and the victim cannot be arrested, charged, or prosecuted for personal use quantities of drugs, alcohol, or drug paraphernalia if the evidence was obtained as a result of seeking medical assistance and the caller remains at the scene with the victim.

Our message is simple: Don’t Run – Call 911!

Request a Naloxone Kit

You can get a naloxone rescue kit and be trained in its use.

If you are high risk* you can fill out the form below to get a free naloxone kit while supplies last.
High risk* – actively using street or RX opioids and any other street drug, in recovery from opioids or any street drug, a sex worker, have a lowered tolerance to opioids from a period of not using drugs, on MAT, or a loved one of a person at risk.

If you do not match any of our high risk descriptions, you can still purchase naloxone at Georgia pharmacies without a personal prescription.

To request a free Naloxone kit from us, please complete the form below.

    GA Overdose Prevention Needs Your Support

    Georgia Overdose Prevention’s mission is to educate Georgians about the new laws governing drug overdose incidents and to distribute opioid overdose rescue kits to anyone who knows a person at risk for opioid/opiate overdose. We created and were instrumental in the passage of Georgia’s 911 Medical Amnesty and Naloxone Access Law in 2014.

    We are a volunteer organization comprised of people whose lives have been impacted by the death of a friend or family member from opiates and opioids.

    Please help us save lives by funding the naloxone kits that we are able to purchase at a discounted price and give away to those in need. We sincerely appreciate all contributions.

    How do I make a donation?

    You can make a donation online through AHRC or by check.

    Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition

    Through our partnership with Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition (AHRC), Georgia Overdose Prevention is able to accept tax-deductible donations. 100% of the funds raised by GOP purchase the reversal medication naloxone, and each rescue kit contains two doses of this potentially life saving antidote when administered in the case of an opioid overdose.

    Donations to Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition are tax deductible!

    To donate online:
    Type “FOR GOP/NARCAN” in the
    “Include A Gift Memo” box on AHRC’s page.

    Visit AHRC to Make a Donation

    To donate by check:
    Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition
    PO Box 92670
    Atlanta, GA 30314
    (write “GOP/Naloxone” on the check’s memo line)

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