Opioid Overdose Response Kit

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Included in the kit:
– Naloxone nasal spray, two doses
– Gloves
– Face shield for CPR rescue breathing
– Fentanyl test strip
– Instructions

*Training required, please use the Google Chrome browser.

In stock (can be backordered)

*Training required, using the Google Chrome browser.
Access and complete the Opioid Overdose Recognition and Response Training at www.iknowmine.org/narcan-training-module/story.html.
  1. Complete the training module and knowledge check.
  2. Submit the training verification form.
  3. Receive an email with your certificate of completion.
Completing the Opioid Overdose Recognition and Response Training is required to receive Overdose Response Kits via mail from iknowmine.org.

Contact us
If you have questions regarding your order, email us at store@iknowmine.org.
If you would like to request training for your organization, please email us at saprevention@anthc.org.

Opioid Overdose Response Kits in Alaska
In 2016, Alaska passed legislation that helped increase access to naloxone, the life-saving medication used in response to an opioid overdose. With the help of the State of Alaska’s Project HOPE, ANTHC provides Overdose Response Kits (naloxone) via iknowmine.org to Alaska-based addresses.

What is naloxone?
Naloxone is a medicine that can quickly reverse an opioid overdose. Naloxone knocks opioids and heroin off the brain’s opioid receptors, reversing the effects of the opioid and allowing the person to breathe again. Narcan® and Kloxxado® are brand names of the medication available as a nasal spray.

What are opioids?
Opioids include many prescription pain relievers. Heroin, an illegal drug, is also an opioid. Fentanyl is a legally prescribed opioid that is also frequently produced illegally in the black market. Made from the opium poppy plant, or produced artificially to have a similar effect, all opioids affect the brain’s regions that produce feelings of reward. Opioids activate the brain’s opioid receptors and reduce pain by attaching to these receptors, reducing the perception of pain.

Visit iknowmine.org/narcan for more information.