Naloxone is available at GA pharmacies without a prescription. You can also obtain naloxone from local Recovery Community Organizations (https://gasubstanceabuse.org/rco-directory/) and from the Community Service Board that serves your county (https://dbhdd.georgia.gov/locations/community-service-board). Additionally, Georgia Harm Reduction Coalition (https://georgiaharmreduction.org) provides naloxone and fentanyl test strips free of charge at the Bennett Center (1231 Joseph E. Boone Blvd, Atlanta) and on outreach days at the Parker Center (759 Joseph E. Boone Blvd, Atlanta) and the Stone Mountain office (5462 Memorial Drive, Ste. 101). Call (404) 817-9994 or email [email protected] for more information.
Georgia Overdose Prevention equips uninsured and underinsured lay people at highest risk of overdose and their loved ones in close proximity. GOP’s grant does not allow us to equip law enforcement, first responders (traditional and nontraditional), schools, recovery community organizations, community service boards, or healthcare providers. There are other organizations funded to provide naloxone to those groups.
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.