Southeastern States Narcan & Fentanyl Test Strips Locator Map
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Narcan and Fentanyl
Test Strips Resource Map
INTERACTIVE LOCATOR MAP
State by State Resource Guide
FIND FREE RESOURCES throughout
the 8 southeastern states and
learn how to access these resources.
A Comprehensive Guide to Harm Reduction Resources Near You
If you or someone you know uses drugs, whether they are misused or used as a prescription, it’s important to have access to life-saving harm reduction resources. One such resource is Narcan, also known as naloxone, which is available throughout the United States via various nonprofit organizations, state or local health departments, local syringe exchange programs (depending on state laws), and pharmacies (subject to availability and insurance coverage).
To help you find free naloxone near you, there are numerous resources available, such as Drugs.com, Good Rx, and Naloxone Exchange, with many more provided in the word document below and our Narcan and Fentanyl Test Strips Resource map.
Please note that some states require administration and safety training before providing free naloxone, and many programs offer by-mail services, delivery, and/or pick-up. You can learn more about opioid education and Narcan use by taking this Opioid Prevention training, visiting Narcan.com or the CDC via SAMHSA, and watching this training video provided by the Mississippi Board of Pharmacy.
Fentanyl test strips are another valuable harm reduction tool, which can be used to check various drugs for the presence of fentanyl. They are often available online, through nonprofit organizations, or local syringe exchange programs (depending on state laws). Please see the resources provided state-by-state in the word document below for more guidance on this strategy, and learn more about fentanyl test strips and the presence of fentanyl in drugs from overviews provided by the CDC and WebMD.
While these resources are a great starting point for getting educated about opioid use and harm reduction strategies, it’s best to reach out to your local organization or pharmacy for information on naloxone and its use. Our linked map provides information on known free resources throughout the eight southeastern states and information on how to access the resources.
It’s important to note that naloxone can also be purchased at pharmacies like CVS or Walgreens (check with your insurance to see what they cover), or through online retailers like Amazon. However, please use discretion when making online purchases, as many “kits” are sold without the life-saving medication included.
We hope that the guide and interactive map serves as a valuable resource to finding harm reduction resources near you. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us through the communication tab.