What To Do in an Emergency:
Call 911 immediately: if you or your loved one are experiencing any of the following:
- A medical emergency
- A suspected overdose
- At risk of severe harm to self or others
- Trouble breathing or other respiratory issues
For more info and confidential support for people in distress or at risk of suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
If you or your loved one are experiencing a suspected opioid overdose and have naloxone (Narcan) available, call 911 immediately and then administer the naloxone to the person following all manufacturer instructions for safe use. A second dose may be required if the person is still unresponsive after 2-3 minutes. Note that effects of naloxone are temporary and immediate medical attention is necessary. Calling 911 is always the first course of action.