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 find Resources in

Washington State

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Include information like, if you are unable to access naloxone through the resources listed on this site AND if you are a person who uses drugs or are likely to be a first responder for an opioid overdose, you can access our training and supply request form below (not correct language but would need to build out).

 
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Get Naloxone

+ Overdose Education

+ Find & Learn How To Use Naloxone

+ Get Help & Support

+ Resources for Professionals

 
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naloxone finder

Find the closest naloxone pharmacy or program to you using the map or listing by county.

 
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syringe exchange

+ Syringe access & disposal

+ Overdose prevention & naloxone training

+ Community referrals and harm reduction education

+ Medical care & testing on thursdays

 
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good samaritan law

Overdose victims and responders have legal protections in Washington State. In WA State, anyone trying to help in a medical emergency is generally protected from civil liabilities.

 
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crisis support

+ Help & Support

+ Resources

+ Training

 
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recovery helpline

At Crisis Connections. The Washington Recovery Help Line is an anonymous and confidential help line that provides crisis intervention and referral services for Washington State residents. Professionally trained volunteers and staff are available to provide emotional support 24 hours a day, and offer local treatment resources for substance abuse, problem gambling and mental health as well as to other community services.

 

Get Naloxone Mailed To You

If you need Naloxone and cannot access it locally, you may place a request to get Naloxone mailed to you.