Heroin, morphine, oxycodone (Oxycontin), methadone, hydrocodone (Vicodin, Norco), codeine, and other prescription pain medications are common opioids. For a more complete list, see NIDA’s page on commonly abused prescription drugs. Click here for pictures of opioids and other commonly abused drugs.
Research studies</a> have investigated this common concern and found that making Naloxone available does NOT encourage people to use opiates more. The goal of distributing Naloxone and educating people about how to prevent, recognize and intervene in overdoses is to prevent deaths. Other goals, such as decreasing drug use, can [...]
Take Home Naloxone can be obtained with a prescription from your physician or from any pharmacist in Washington under a Washington State Standing Order. However, many providers and pharmacies may not be familiar with Take Home Naloxone. Refer them to this website for more information on how to prescribe and [...]
It is a prescription medicine that reverses an opioid overdose. It cannot be used to get high and is not addictive. Naloxone is safe and effective. Emergency medical professionals have used it for decades. Click here for more information.
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