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.

Georgia Overdose Prevention DOES NOT provide naloxone to healthcare providers, law enforcement, any type of first responder, or schools.

OUR GRANT ONLY ALLOWS US TO EQUIP LAYPEOPLE AT HIGH RISK OF OVERDOSE AND THEIR LOVED ONES IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THEM.

Law Enforcement

Law enforcement in GA can apply for training and free naloxone by clicking here.

Schools, Libraries, Universities, and YMCAs

Schools, libraries, universities, and YMCAs may obtain free Narcan Nasal Spray by clicking here.

In the menu, click “Public Service”. Select “Resources”. Scroll down to “Community Programs Request Forms”. Click “Learn More”. Download the appropriate form. Print, complete, and submit to the address on the downloaded page. Do not send this form to Georgia Overdose Prevention. On the left side of the form where it requests AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE, write: LOA on file for GA per EBSI’s Rob Jacobson. You do not have to have a prescriber’s license #, name, and signature. The letter of authorization on file does that!

PLEASE DO NOT APPLY FOR KITS THROUGH GEORGIA OVERDOSE PREVENTION IF YOU ARE A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, FIRST RESPONDER, OR SCHOOL.

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

    If you have any reversals from GOP or AHRC kits, please click the “Report Reversals” button below and complete the form. Reversal reports are kept anonymous, and this data helps us obtain more funding to purchase more naloxone to give to those in need.

    Report a Reversal