Resources for Narcan

Community Medical Services
Community Medical Services offers opioid addiction treatment programs, such as providing outpatient medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD), in addition to counseling and peer support services.

Live and Learn AZ
Live and Learn AZ serves women affected by poverty and violence by offering education, career training, life-skills and other services. is a resource of the Substance Abuse Leaders Coalition of Arizona that provides naloxone access locations in Arizona.

NotMYKid provides youth, families, schools and community partners with prevention education and early intervention programs.

Shot in the Dark
Shot in the Dark provides access to a variety of harm reduction resources to people who use drugs in Maricopa County, including clean syringes, syringe disposal, naloxone, educational resources, treatment referrals and more.

Skye’s the Limit 
Skye’s the Limit provides education on trauma, harm reduction, and self-care and works to provide an environment for youth to speak out, express themselves, and ask for help.

Sonoran Prevention Works
Sonoran Prevention Works provides naloxone resources and information about other Arizona organizations that provide naloxone.

Terros Health
Terros Health, a health care company that provides primary care and specializes in mental health and substance use treatment, provides free Narcan training and kits among other resources.

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