Overdose Prevention and Response - Training & Supplies

Photo of Narcan Nasal Spray BoxNarcan Training

Learn how to use naloxone to save a life. We offer a free, 1-hour Opioid Overdose Prevention Training course on the first Wednesday of every month. Transportation assistance may be available. Registration is required.

Monroe County Department of Public Health Narcan Training
111 Westfall Rd
Rochester, NY 14620
Phone: 585 753 6047
Two classes on the first Wednesday of every month: 9-10am or 4-5pm.

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Our outreach specialists also provide free, on-site trainings for groups. To schedule one at your business or organization, please call 585-753-5300.

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Catholic Charities Family and Community Services Restart
79 N Clinton Ave
Rochester, NY 14606
Phone: 585 546 7220
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Clinton Family Health Center
293 Upper Falls Blvd
Rochester, NY 14605
Phone: 585 922 0263
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Delphi Drug and Alcohol Council
72 Hinchey Rd
Rochester, NY 14624
Phone: 585 467 2230
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Helio Health
1850 Brighton Henrietta Town Line Rd
Rochester, NY 14623
Phone: 585 287 5622
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Hope Dealers BTC
831 N Clinton Ave
Rochester, NY 14605
Phone: 585 633 8690
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Huther Doyle
360 East Ave
Rochester, NY 14604
Phone: 585 325 5100
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Mission Recovery and Hope
1350 Buffalo Rd
Rochester, NY 14624
Phone: 585 944 4270
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Recovery All Ways
158 Hollenbeck St
Rochester, NY 14621
Phone: 585 310 0729
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Strong Memorial Hospital
300 Crittenden Blvd
Rochester, NY 14621
Phone: 585 275 3571
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Trillium Health
259 Monroe Ave
Rochester, NY 14607
Phone: 585 210 4146
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Naloxone Kits

We distribute free naloxone kits inside NaloxBoxes,  which are conveniently located at businesses and organizations throughout Monroe County. Just open the NaloxBox, take a kit and go. No prescription required. See a map of NaloxBox locations, or call us at 585-753-5300 to request a naloxone kit(s).

Fentanyl Test Strips

Fentanyl is a deadly opioid that drug traffickers sometimes put in heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and other "street drugs." It also appears in fake tablets, pills and gel capsules that look like prescription drugs. We distribute free test strips, measuring scoops and simple instructions that you can use to detect fentanyl in a drug. Call us at 585-753-5300 to make a confidential request for supplies.

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